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POLL: Knight TMPLar Logo - Semi-Final Round 1A


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VOTING RESULTS
AnswerVotes%Chart
Logo #1
75
9%
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Logo #2
49
6%
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Logo #3
33
4%
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Logo #4
78
10%
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Logo #5
19
2%
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Logo #6
136
17%
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Logo #7
205
26%
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Logo #8
36
5%
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Logo #9
66
8%
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Logo #10
34
4%
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Logo #11
59
7%
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POLL IS CLOSED
POLL DESCRIPTION

Which of these logos are suitable for the new "honorary lifetime" Knight TMPlar members?

You may vote for up to five.

Logo #1
Logo

This image represents the original shield of the Order of the Temple. So I think the TMPlar Knights should wear this shield to show their honorific status.

Logo #2
Logo

I believe my logo exhibits the qualities inherent in achieving the status of a Knights TMPlar.

The Helm is a symbol of the Knight that best represents the achievement of a distinguished member status. The crosses in the background is not so much a representation of religion, but that of faith and steadfastness - in this case, to our hobby. The combination also links back historically to the Knights Templar, a linkage that must be maintained in the logo. Various color schemes are more a matter of preference.

Should you select my logo, I would be honored. Should you chose another's, my hat's off to them. Either way, I do not envy your task. Good luck!

Logo #3
Logo

An alteration of the first one making him armored and adding a few colors. I like the original better but hey, choices are nice right? Of course he still wields his magnificent feathered brush in all its glory.

Logo #4
Logo

While generally reflective of the quaint TMP logo, this icon adds just a hint of elite status by identifying the owner as a TMPlar. Heady, but with a piquant aftertaste.

Logo #5
Logo

If we're going to "borrow" an historic group, then perhaps we should "borrow" something resembling the group's imagery.

Logo #6
Logo

The classic simplicity of the famous "T" red cross on white of the Knights Templar, coupled with the letters MP added denoting "member prestigious", or TMP for short.

What more could you ask for to commemorate a lifetime of prestigious and distinguished gaming?

Logo #7
Logo

This logo represent the simple approach. A traditional shield bearing the Knights Templar Cross, to link the symbolism and play on words of "TMPlar." The laurel represents an achievement or honor being bestowed, as in the ancient Olympics in Greece. The variants of this are to present the logo in different highlights and shading. Again, I wish good luck to all and do not envy your task.

Logo #8
Logo

Whilst aiming for a little consistency in design, I felt lifetime membership required something a tad different and a nod to the TMPlar play on words.

Logo #9
Logo

I believe my logo exhibits the qualities inherent in achieving the status of a Knights TMPlar.

The Helm is a symbol of the Knight that best represents the achievement of a distinguished member status. The crosses in the background is not so much a representation of religion, but that of faith and steadfastness - in this case, to our hobby. The combination also links back historically to the Knights Templar, a linkage that must be maintained in the logo. Various color schemes are more a matter of preference.

Should you select my logo, I would be honored. Should you chose another's, my hat's off to them. Either way, I do not envy your task. Good luck!

Logo #10
Logo

It has imagery that denotes the Templar Cross, The Holy Grail and The Sword of the Templars. (Plus it reads clearly at 3-4 paces from the computer screen.)

Logo #11
Logo

Based on a gold signet ring design, with small, simple TMP lettering added in black text. This glittering jewel proclaims taste and elegance in all things miniature-related.