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My name is Jayme Courtney and I am the events coordinator for Classy Llama. Our company is hosting a medieval / Renaissance themed formal Christmas gala for our employees and their significant others. This will be hosted at the Keeter Center in Branson, MO. It is a very formal event, and we are setting it up as though each employee belongs to a specific "house" within the "Llama Kingdom".
What I am looking for design-wise is a "Llama Kingdom" crest / coat of arms. This crest will be used on the signage, invites, table decor, glassware, and on the knight costumes themselves. I'd like this to be a gold crest (though we'll need black and white / vector versions as well in case we need to implement different colors or backgrounds).
My vision for the crest is that it is ornate (fitting to the renaissance time period) but not obnoxious or overdone, and it would have a regal llama instead of the traditional lions or dragons. It needs to look regal and fancy, without looking super-modern or minimalist. Ornate, rich depth in the details will really pull this together.
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NOT A FLAT VECTOR DESIGN. It needs to look like a Renaissance kingdom's crest -- lavish and beautiful. This crest will be primarily printed in gold, on each of the "house" colors: dark purple, dark red, dark blue, and dark green. It will also be used in wood engraving, ice sculptures, on stationary and scrolls, etc. I can easily provide more detail on what we are looking for. I'd like a simpler version that can be used for engraving and an ice sculpture, with the primary logo being a bit more ornate and regal.