Emblazoned
This is contribution number 3 to Adam Rowe's #TwittBrief illustration project. My one word brief this time was 'Emblazoned'. The definition of which is: emblazon |ɪmˈbleɪz(ə)n, ɛm-|verb [ with obj. and adverbial of place ]conspicuously inscribe or display a design on: T-shirts emblazoned with the names of baseball teams.• depict (a heraldic device) on something: the Queen's coat of arms is emblazoned on the door panel.• archaic celebrate or extol publicly: their success was emblazoned. I've wanted to create a Stag head coat of arms for Broken Antler for a while as the Stag seems to be a perfect mascot for Broken Antler - after all it was a real Stag antler that inspired the name. This isn't exactly as I had planned it but it's a good start and I'm really pleased with the results. Think I'm going to work up this one a bit more too..maybe even get it printed.
Emblazoned

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This is contribution number 3 to Adam Rowe's #TwittBrief illustration project.  
My one word brief this time was 'Emblazoned'. The definition of which is:

emblazon |ɪmˈbleɪz(ə)n, ɛm-|
verb [ with obj. and adverbial of place ]
conspicuously inscribe or display a design on: T-shirts emblazoned with the names of baseball teams.
• depict (a heraldic device) on something: the Queen's coat of arms is emblazoned on the door panel.
• archaic celebrate or extol publicly: their success was emblazoned.

I've wanted to create a Stag head coat of arms for Broken Antler for a while as the Stag seems to be a perfect mascot for Broken Antler - after all it was a real Stag antler that inspired the name. This isn't exactly as I had planned it but it's a good start and I'm really pleased with the results. Think I'm going to work up this one a bit more too...maybe even get it printed.
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