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Freebie: Lord Phoenix Heraldry Vector

posted by Matt Ward on Jun 26, 2009.

Vector Freebie: I’m giving away this super cool vector entitled Lord Phoenix Heraldry Vector. Feel free to download it and make use of it in your designs!

To celebrate the launch of this site, I am giving away what I think is a super cool vector that I designed specifically for all you vector freebie lovers out there!

The whole vector heraldry is a pretty popular trend right now. It also fits in really nicely with my love of (almost) all things fantasy. I thought I would take a turn at doing a similar design myself, but with my own unique spin on it. So, I am officially introducing the Lord Heraldry Phoenix Vector:

Lord Phoenix Heraldry Vector (Downloaded 914 times)

Lord Phoenix Heraldry Vector (Downloaded 914 times)

The design is intended to be clean and modern (though, you could easily grunge it up). I also wanted to use something a bit different than the typical lions or griffins for the hearaldric beast, so I used the Phoenix as my inspiration. I’d love to hear your thoughts on this piece, so feel free to leave a comment.

You can the download the vector by clicking on the preview image above. Feel free to use the vector in your designs.

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Matt Ward is a digital artist who lances freely under the moniker of Echo Enduring Media, and specializes in graphics design, illustration and writing. He is also the Creative Director for Highland Marketing, a creative direct marketing company based out of Waterloo, Ontario. You can follow Matt on Twitter

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Oct 25, 2009

Wolfe says:

nice! i’ve made my own journal

Apr 19, 2010

Brülhart Claude-Georges says:

Hello
I am very happy to see a beautiful drawing of Phoenix heraldry.
Regarding the contents of the shield, here is something to consider.
In fact, you created a logo and not arms.
Why?
If your 6 sided star is void of color that represents silver or white, so what would be the color or colors of the bottom of the shield, knowing that we do not put metal on metal and color (against) color.
I’ve been a painter of heraldry since 1957, and if you want a (free) consultation or advice, I would be happy to assist you.
Best regards.

CGB

** roughly translated from French by the blog owner **

Sep 21, 2010

Rami says:

awesome; was just googling heraldry stuff for inspiration.

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