Here’s a little info-graphic I have been working on to show all of the possible components of an Armorial Achievement. Enjoy!
Welcome to the New Assume Arms
Assume Arms is 11 years old and I can hardly believe it. So I decided I wanted some new features and capabilities. I also wanted an integrated place to blog and tie in the store so it is no longer goes to an external site. So I decided on Wordpress to do the job.
The Graham Family Tree Genealogy, the Clan with Cadets
This is the largest project AssumeArms.com and Principal Heraldic Artist Michael Richards has ever undertaken. It is an historically accurate genealogy painstakingly researched by Duncan Cocroft using arms as identifiers. The Graham Family Genealogy Clan & Cadets chart is organized into eight major cadet groups that descend from William de […]
How to Create a Custom Coat of Arms
So you’ve been looking on the internet for “Create a Custom Coat of Arms” ever since you bought that key chain with your last name or surname on it at the medieval fair last time they came through. Since you are here, you probably already know that any coat of […]
Key Remapping Sidebar
For those who don’t know the job that actually puts food on the table for me is Web Development. I wouldn’t call myself a programmer but damn close. I’m composing this post on my little Acer Spin 1 and it’s a great little machine but, as you might imagine, the […]
SVG Still Not Ready For Prime Time
As of 2020, SVG still has lots of hurdles in the HTML world. For those unfamiliar with SVG it is a Scalable Vector Graphic that doesn’t pixelate because it is an XML file with instructions like “start black here and go to here” These are not actual commands they look […]