Been really enriching working on this coat of arms/crest for a family here in the Cape wine-lands region. Will publish a full shot on my website soon-ish
over 1 year ago
I want to see more!!
This seems sick, hardly wait to see the entire lockup!
looking really good man!
nice pal, cool "R" and lekker illustration
Super - you are really getting on top.
Mind boggling !! Love the illustration with the details - gives a look like scrapboard art! Wonderful work @Luke :)
This is rag!!!!!! Crazy stuff!
Amazing coat-of-arms there @Luke Ritchie.
My mother's maiden name is Decarteret-Martin. Wonder if it's some relation.
Why Thank you @Simon™
Could be.The de Carteret family was British if im not mistaken,They could have been linked a couple generations back.hmm interesting!
This guys great grandfather was a pirate for the queen of England ( hence the armor and swords) and he was a pilot in WW2 (hence the propellers) and they have Bontebok on their farm...so i combined a number of elements from the Decarteret side, as well as there own family. Was real good fun.
@Luke Ritchie - and the Koala Bear? Some Aussie connection too?
that's be a squirrel..yea..so oak trees..accorns...
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