Arms of David Robert Wooten

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Mark Henderson
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Arms of David Robert Wooten

Postby Mark Henderson » 26 Oct 2021, 19:20

Here is my recently completed commission for Mr. David Robert Wooten.

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Re: Arms of David Robert Wooten

Postby Chris Green » 26 Oct 2021, 20:41

Very nicely rendered. May we know the blazon?
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Re: Arms of David Robert Wooten

Postby Mark Henderson » 26 Oct 2021, 20:50

Here is the blazon:
Arms: Azure, fretty raguly Or.

Crest: A satyr Sanguine, wreathed with olive leaves Proper, with bat's wings to the sides Azure

Motto: Melior Nullo Nullus Melior (I am better than no man, but no man is my better)
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Re: Arms of David Robert Wooten

Postby Chris Green » 27 Oct 2021, 07:37

An unusual design, and the satyr must be unique. Your blazon or Mr Wooten's?

Is it my computer or are there three shades of azure here? The field seem to have a slightly purpure tinge, the mantling is bluer and the bat's wing bleu celeste.
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Re: Arms of David Robert Wooten

Postby Arthur Radburn » 27 Oct 2021, 12:23

A very attractive emblazonment, Mark. I've seen his arms before, on a circular 'Celtic' shield, but they look good on a heater-shaped shield too.

The way you've arranged the mantling is interesting. It lets the shield be clearly seen, so that it stands out more.
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Re: Arms of David Robert Wooten

Postby Mark Henderson » 27 Oct 2021, 18:13

Thank you! I wanted to shift the mantling away, but I am using the scroll at the bottom to balance.
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Re: Arms of David Robert Wooten

Postby Cameron Campbell » 28 Oct 2021, 07:34

Chris Green wrote:Is it my computer or are there three shades of azure here? The field seem to have a slightly purpure tinge, the mantling is bluer and the bat's wing bleu celeste.

I also see 3 shades of azure. Also, I have seen the satyr's head w/bat wings before.

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Re: Arms of David Robert Wooten

Postby Mark Henderson » 28 Oct 2021, 19:01

Yes, there are slightly different shades of tinctures. No Purpure however. I suspect it might look different if you are only viewing form a phone (which so many people only do). I wanted the shield to be slightly different. Anyway, The armiger is pleased with the result, and so am I.

The blazon is Mr. Wooten's.
http://drw.9august.com
http://www.armorialregister.com/arms-es/wooten-dr-arms.html
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Re: Arms of David Robert Wooten

Postby Chris Green » 28 Oct 2021, 19:48

I am looking at the picture on my desk-top.
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