Well, last night the Walters Art Museum had a reception for the St John's Bible, a modern bible done with modern art but produced all by hand in the way Medieval books were produced. It was very amazing. The actual Medieval books they had interspersed with the new bible in the show where spectacular!
The local SCA (my home Barony) was asked to come and be "color", walk around in garb and a few of us artist types were asked to do some illumination while there. I had preprepared (did the drawing and ink line work) for a couple scroll blanks. I expected the smaller one to be done way before my time was up, it wasn't. But I did get most of it painted while there and talked to various people about how it was done in Period.
I finished the little bit I had not gotten done at the museum once I got home and did the tiny bit of gold leafing as well. This is 4 x 5 1/4, done in egg tempera with gold leaf. For some odd reason the gold looks silvery in the scan and nothing I did adjusting color would fix it.