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OOOH! The first IAP on one of my letters! Glad Sage did all the legwork on this, not me.
AND just because Golden Pillar isn't going to retype everything that Orle helped out with on this, a massive block quote for you to read!
We can tighten this up some. The rules for doing an Individually Attested Pattern (IAP) are in SENA at A.4 (http://heraldry.sca.org/sena.html#A4) . The basics:
All the examples used in documenting the IAP have to come from one heraldic jurisdiction, so all English examples, or all Italian examples, not a mix. SENA A.4.A. Here we're using all German, which is perfect.
You have to have at least three examples of the "weird thing" you are doing that breaks the core style rules (SENA A.4.C). Here, the "weird thing" is the use of a red pale on a blue field.
However, you need to also make your examples as close to the submitted design as possible, so we IDEALLY would like red pales on blue fields with high-contrast tertiary charges on the pale. (SENA A.4.B. "The overall design of the submission must be similar to the types of designs that document the use of the non-core style elements. In general, examples must match the submission in style and complexity.")
Since we didn't find pales (or shakeforks for the badge), we then try and "document around it" using various other red central ordinaries with high contrast charges on a blue field. SENA A.4.C.3 suggests six bracketing examples. I would suggest a variety, not just bends. If you have trouble getting that, you can try red fields with blue central ordinaries and high contrast tertiaries... and there I did get pales, which is helpful.
You also have to document that every element you use in your design can be found in that same culture's heraldry (SENA A.4.A), so you need to make sure that you have at least one example of a pale and of six-pointed stars (and a shakefork for the badge).
We DO NOT need "things on a gules central ordinary" unless that device has a blue field and high contrast charges on the ordinary. We also don't need more examples of stars, since we have one in our examples of the weird thing.
(HINT 1) In any situation, people won't read and many won't click through a link. Attach pictures (screenshots) to the submission when it goes to OSCAR.
(HINT 2) When searching the period armorials for examples, go ahead and either screenshot or at least note the info you would need to go back for "possible examples" that might help. Sure, Azure a chevron gules isn't perfect for what we are documenting, but we might need it if we don't find better examples. At the end, sort what you have and pick the best examples only.
Azure field with gules central ordinary with high-contrast tertiaries (Image #1)
Die Maenhaupt. Azure, on a bend gules three turnips(?) argent. Siebmacher 158. http://www.wappenbuch.de/pages/wappen_158_Siebmacher.htm
Von Gottesheim. Azure, on a bend gules three mullets of six points , a bordure Or. Siebmacher 196. http://www.wappenbuch.de/pages/wappen_196_Siebmacher.htm
Die Pfentinger. Azure, on a bend gules three escallops argent. Siebmacher 208. http://www.wappenbuch.de/pages/wappen_208_Siebmacher.htm
Azure, on a bend gules between two fleurs-de-lys a lion passant Or. 1500-1550 Wappenbuch [BSB Cod.icon. 392 d] 33r. http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/~db/0001/bsb00018706/image_137
Azure, on a bend gules three lions rampant argent. 1500-1550 Wappenbuch [BSB Cod.icon. 392 d] 34r. http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/~db/0001/bsb00018706/image_139
Azure, on a saltire gules th eletters A, D, G(?), O, and I argent. 1530 Sammelband Mehrerer Wappenbücher [BSB Cod.icon. 391] 3v. http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/~db/bsb00007681/image_8
Azure field with gules central ordinary and some high contrast secondary charges (Image #2)
Azure, a chevron gules between three horse's heads couped argent. 1548 Wappenbuch der Arlberg-Bruderschaft. p. 144. http://bilderserver.at/wappenbuecher/VirgilRaberEXAv2_52z2/
Azure, a fess gules between two lions passant Or. 1548 Wappenbuch der Arlberg-Bruderschaft. p. 861. http://bilderserver.at/wappenbuecher/VirgilRaberEXAv2_52z2/
Azure fleury Or, a cross gules. 1530 Sammelband Mehrerer Wappenbücher [BSB Cod.icon. 391] 151r. http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/~db/bsb00007681/image_303
Azure, a saltire gules between four fleurs-de-lys Or. 1530 Sammelband Mehrerer Wappenbücher [BSB Cod.icon. 391] 151r. http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/~db/bsb00007681/image_303
Gules field with azure central ordinary and high contrast tertiary charges (Image #2)
Gules, on a pale azure three fleurs-de-lys Or. 1548 Wappenbuch der Arlberg-Bruderschaft. p. 257. http://bilderserver.at/wappenbuecher/VirgilRaberEXAv2_52z2/
Gules, on a pale azure three mullets of six points Or. 1548 Wappenbuch der Arlberg-Bruderschaft. p. 739. http://bilderserver.at/wappenbuecher/VirgilRaberEXAv2_52z2/
Gules, a horse rampant argent and overall on a fess azure three mullets of six points Or. 1548 Wappenbuch der Arlberg-Bruderschaft. p.838. http://bilderserver.at/wappenbuecher/VirgilRaberEXAv2_52z2/
Von Gottesheim. Azure, on a bend gules three mullets of six points , a bordure Or. Siebmacher 196. http://www.wappenbuch.de/pages/wappen_196_Siebmacher.htm (Image #1)
Gules, on a pale azure three mullets of six points Or. 1548 Wappenbuch der Arlberg-Bruderschaft. p. 739. http://bilderserver.at/wappenbuecher/VirgilRaberEXAv2_52z2/ (Image #2)
Gules, a horse rampant argent and overall on a fess azure three mullets of six points Or. 1548 Wappenbuch der Arlberg-Bruderschaft. p.838. http://bilderserver.at/wappenbuecher/VirgilRaberEXAv2_52z2/ (Image #2)
Images will come soon, as OSCAR will only allow so many images to be attached, meaning I will have to go through them all and add comments with images.
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