24024Re: [SCA-JML] Device Newbie Questions
- Jul 2, 2008Noble Cousin!
Greetings from Solveig!
>> 3. The significant problem from a College of Arms aspect is theWhat "triune aspect" means to the College of Arms is "drawn as a
>> "triune" aspect of the butterfly. Generally speaking, the College
>> of Arms resists
>> registering devices shown in triune aspect. There are exceptions
>> such as dice.
> I'm not familiar with creating a device at all, I don't understand
> exactly what that means. Does it mean the way the butterfly is turned?
three dimensional figure". Generally speaking, animals, &c. are
drawn so that they are more or less squashed. For example, you
might see them strictly from the side. Your butterfly was obviously
taken from Japanese sources and is correct for Japan, but the
folks in the College of Arms may take exception.
Your Humble Servant
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