The Pergamini Barocchi have been printed. If all goes well I should be able to ship the first batch next week.
Tonight I found some binding leatherette and, well, I wanted to know if the Pergamino would do well with an alternative binding. So instead of the two split hardcovers I’d make a normal book case and attach one of the end of the concertina to it, leaving the other free.
Thing is, leatherette hates me. With a passion. It’s a stubborn hateful piece of scorn and I can’t seem to glue it even with a plasma torch.
But tonight, kind reader, tonight the leatherette was conquered.
Here are some pictures.
Pressing the cover.
100% vegan-compatible, non renewable leatherette. Might add some kind of clasp or tie like this braided one.
Contents seem to be accessible.
MISSION ACCOMPLISHED. By the way, this copy is not really for sale as it has some minor imperfections I’m not really happy with. Small imperfections. On the other hand I ran out of dark brown leatherette and have only some reddish left, and I REALLY LIKE THE BROWN ONE. But if you do really like it too we can have a chat.
Mind you, none of them will be 100% straight and without kinks because I’m just an hobbyist.
If you have bought a Pergamino already: if you prefer this binding, let me know and I’ll happily oblige.
If you have inquired about a Pergamino: you’re part of the waiting list. Email me because IT’S BOOKBINDING TIME. This means some kind of transfer of money or food or something so that me and Roger can feel motivated to do more and better.
If you have not bought a Pergamino and want one: at the moment I have what can be termed a surplus of scrolls. But it’s not really a surplus because there’s a waiting list. I’m not sure I’m going to print many more because, well, It’s really expensive to make.
So, yeah. My email is as per use tsojcanth at gmail. The webstore is here.