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- Argent, four roundels in cross, the one in chief per fess argent and azure, the one in sinister per pale azure and argent, the one in base per fess azure and argent, the one in dexter per pale argent and azure, within a bordure azure.
- An azure bow and three pointed mullet arrow pulled back.
- Welder's helmet.
- Argent doubled azure and orange.
- "PERSEVERANCE IS HUMANITY"
The escutcheon is Argent to represent the moon since it Argent's traditional Heavenly body. Same thing for Azure with Jupiter which is a planet that holds a special place to the armiger. That's the reason why there's a blue border on the outside.
The white semicircles are meant to represent ones and the whole circle is meant to represent zeros this is a reference to technology. As the armiger is into technology, it can also represent a compass with the semi-circles acting as arrows. It can also represent a mountain because hard work is a climb but once you reach the top results are rewarding.
The little square inside of the symbol can be interpreted as space and how it's always expanding and infinite.
Art was harder to symbolize because the armiger is interested in multiple types of art such as: drawing, literary, musical, and interactive. So I just settled on white meaning all colours since when you hold a prism to white light it displays a rainbow. It can also symbolize a bunch of flowers or just one flower as a rose, to symbolize my femininity.
The crest is meant to represent keeping one's eye on success, success being the target that the armiger is trying to aim for in my life and perseverance. The reason why it's a three point arrow is because it's meant to represent a star going to space and beyond to represent the unlimited potential and possibilities to Jupiter and beyond.
The torse is white and blue both of the armiger's favourite colours.
The mantling stylised a swan wings represent her desire to be a free man in society and that freedom and liberty will always triumph above all else.
The welder's helmet represents the connection of neurons in your mind to give you knowledge. As well as trying be build something creative and having a spark of imagination and the hunger to know more.