Monday, July 25, 2016

Latest Coats of Arms for Fine Legacy

Hot of the press, a new batch of essentially American Coats of Arms I have just put together for Fine Legacy. The company stands on a foundation of unparalleled expertise in heraldry. Here is what they have to offer, according to their website:

"The journey begins by talking about things that are the most important to you, your beliefs, your feelings, and your philosophies. This is a personal journey and with this in mind, we work directly with you professionally and privately. We’re here to guide you in this ancient tradition. One goal in creating your new coat of arms is to give you a visual and personal representation of your family’s beliefs and history. Second, we have a responsibility to the specific rules of this ancient honor. The paramount goal is to ensure that you are 100% happy with your new arms!"

Make sure to check their new and improved website here

Davis Family Coat of Arms

Hancock Family Coat of Arms

Powell Family Coat of Arms

Washington Family Coat of Arms

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Voßen (Vossen) Family Coat of Arms

One of my recent projects, where coat of arms caught my undivided attention. I had to admit that I was dealing with a very rare shield shape and quite unique achievement overall. The sketch came form the client, so all the proportions were reproduced exactly as requested. Quite a rare gem in my portfolio!

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

La Penta Family Coat of Arms

Here is another one of my recent projects I enjoined quite a bit. This was a new design for a family coat of arms. The concept for the coat of arms was supplied by the client. They would need both – 2D (vector) and 3D versions created. The family ancestry was going back to King Sanchez Ramirez of Aragon and the family De Vera d’Aragona. Giuseppe Penta married Roberta De Vera D’Aragona, so Penta became La Penta. The new coat of arms among other things would include elements from Aragons and De Vera d’Aragona coats of arms.