ELSUPREMO wrote:Surely the Almighty must use crossed lightning bolts on clouds of Glory over a star field of unlimited stars!!
Medic_in_Uniform wrote:But surely, it never rains on the Almighty...?
Anyway, that aside, here's Full Dress, Service Dress and subdued...
I really must do something more useful with my time (!).
ELSUPREMO wrote:OK - its begun again -- now we all MUST see the FULL range of Divine Insignia, all services all countries --- after all every combatant regardless of country always say God is on their side!
Medic_in_Uniform wrote:Where are Justin and Ryan when you need them?!
ELSUPREMO wrote:Another beautiful job!
As I poured over the concept drawings, I was struck by several things. The use of two crowns, one on the lion's head and the other as a separate device reminded me that by convention, only one crown should be used on a given shoulder strap.
The only two exceptions I have ever seen are those of Field Marshal Douglas Haig from WWI who wore two crossed batons in a wreath with a crown on the wreath and then a separate King's crown, and Kaiser Wilhelm II who, as Grand Admiral of the Imperial Navy, wore both the German crown and the Prussian crown.
In regards to the devices for Marshal of the Empire, I would suggest trying to come up with something very simple, different than Field Marshal, and that is striking and dramatic from a distance, but not complex.
I realize this is a daunting task, but who better to execute it!
J.T. Broderick wrote:I like the studies for Marshal of the Empire. That is a big task, since the field mashal insignia was already somewhat unique and special.
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