what is your Personal flag?

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Jens
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Re: what is your Personal flag?

Postby Jens » 05 Oct 2012 12:00

@ Jerbez.
Like that with the 3 stars :)
Cheers

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Re: what is your Personal flag?

Postby grendelsbayne » 25 Oct 2012 07:17

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This is my personal flag. The symbols and colors aren't based on any specific places related to my life, but simply on how I feel inside my head, with the main symbol being the river running uphill and in the canton a small disc (formless but also perfect) representing all the most important things in my life, both now and in the future.

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Re: what is your Personal flag?

Postby grendelsbayne » 27 Oct 2012 06:52

Sorry, moved the image, assuming I could still edit that link. Here it is again.

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Re: what is your Personal flag?

Postby M_L_flags » 10 Feb 2013 21:56

This is my personal flag. It is based on my surname "Luchtenberg" which is translated to english: Sky and Mountain.

The yellow and white represent the mountain and the blue the Air. The three stars represent My son, my wife and myself.
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Re: what is your Personal flag?

Postby jerbez » 10 Feb 2013 22:06

Sorry, M_L_Flags. I've got the copyright for the family meaning of the stars :D (Of course, I'm kidding)
Good design.

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Re: what is your Personal flag?

Postby pticman » 01 Oct 2013 17:42

This is my personal flag that was designed in 1995. It was derived from my personal coat of arms.

Twin stars - We lived in a duplex home occupied by two families. One is us, and the next door is my aunt and cousins.
Blue field - Denotes peace and harmony
White field - Denotes purity
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Re: what is your Personal flag?

Postby jerbez » 01 Oct 2013 20:33

Nice design, but I think it could improve by removing the black borders. On the other hand, the proportions are quite unusual.

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Re: what is your Personal flag?

Postby Leonardo Piccioni » 02 Oct 2013 01:04

pticman, could you post your personal coat of arms, for curiosity?
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Re: what is your Personal flag?

Postby pticman » 02 Oct 2013 06:41

This is my personal flag and coat of arms

This is my personal flag that was designed in 1995. It was derived from my personal coat of arms also designed in 1995.

Twin stars - I grew up in a duplex home occupied by two families. One is my family, and the second next door is my aunt and cousins.
Blue field - Denotes peace and harmony
White field - Denotes purity
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Re: what is your Personal flag?

Postby Sammy » 03 Oct 2013 13:33

Nice, you even officially registered your coat of arms. That's pretty cool.


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