Tempus Peregrinator's Weeb Page is were all my stuff related to the Society for Creative Anachronism can be found. It's a hub for mediaeval and Renaissance stuff, mostly European, there is some stuff about Kimono and
Tempus' Little Heraldry Book An overview of Heraldry, the history and elements of I set it up so people could get their hands on the elements they meed to draw coats of arms, It is historic and covers more than the SCA will allow
The Cotehardie & Houppelande Homepage, these two garments are the first two really amazing specific garments in Europe. The Cotehardie, the first tailored garment and the houpelande, rising after the bubonic plague around 1350 marking the hight of conspicuous consumption
The Real Landsknechte Homepage, the Landsknechte whore the most garish and gaudy clothes and I love it. Looks at the clothing of the high Renaissance with an emphasis on the clothing of the Landsknecht
Torf's Great Kilt Weeb Site, this is my Dad's little booklet about how to fold, wear and store a Great Kilt, this site is that booklet.
<!img src="images/b_18cgarb_s.gif" width=92 height=60 alt="A look of Eighteenth Century European cloths, primarily at men's fashions from 1700 to 1750" border="0" align="left" hspace="2" vspace="2">The Eighteenth Century Garb Homepage, the first cloths I made myself were modeled after eighteenth century European cloths, primarily men's fashions from 1700 to 1750. I feel that men's fashion reached it's height in 1742. SO this site looks at mostly men's cloths of eighteenth century Europe.
Tempus' Sewing & Garb Accessories Weeb Site, I've been sewing for decades and I've learned a lot of cool stuff which I'd like to share with others. I've got all these weeb sites about clothing history it didn't seam like much of a jump to make another about sewing. Concentrating mostly at cloaks, shirts, pants, hats, shoes, sleeves, and also some sewing techniques.
Ragnar's HO Model Trains Weeb Site, my favourite hobby right now is model HO trains. I started in the hobby in 2000 but I had been fascinated by track since the 80s. I'm still mostly in to the tracks and don't car much about sceenicing my layout, though I like many of the buildings and I love bridges. This site is kind of an amalgamation of history of the real train stuff and handy modelling stuff.
Ragnar's Eco-Cabin Weeb Site is about this cabin my mom and I are building and a few outbuildings. Mom had dreamed about having this cabin for 25 years, then I was able to build this dream and so we did. In 2005 July it was hit by lightning and bunt down, but we are rebuilding.
Pete Bastiansen's Comicbooks Weeb Site, these are three little 28 page comicbooks printed to sell or advertize a drink mix. I've never seen them any wear else, and I figure they're so cute that I put them on the web. So I hope you may enjoy and maybe recall, The Adventures of Baron Von Lemon, Crash Orange & the Sir Reginald Lime-Lime Story.
The Renaissance Man's Polyhedron Weeb Site, This is some cool stuff.