In an Inside Toronto article on April 24, 2010, Canadian resident (formerly of New York) Donald Black was featured for his carved wooden coats of arms, including a photograph of one that he did last year for Canadian Governor General Michaëlle Jean. The full article can be found on-line at: http://www.insidetoronto.com/news/local/article/804781--coats-of-arms-maker-reaches-out-to-governor-general
His three-dimensional heraldic works are done in clear pine and poplar with an X-Acto knife, take about 80-100 hours to complete, and the finished works are about four feet by three feet.
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Don't know anything about it but thought you may be interested in this oneReplyDelete
That's an interesting link. Limited in a lot of ways (for example, it won't let you do a white or a gold field, and it has a very limited number of charges available), but certainly a bit of fun and maybe to learn a little something about heraldry in the process.ReplyDelete
Beautiful work! Thanks, David.ReplyDelete