The collection of SVG works written or re-written by me.
Hong Kong 香港
The logo of former Regional Council of Hong Kong is letter "R" turned 45 degrees clockwise, which looks like a growing tree.
Although it consists of only one line path, the line joints of the top and the center of logo use miter and round respectively. So I need to split the path into two, one from left to center, and one from center to bottom.
The emblem of Hirosaki is derived from swastika sign. Using data provided in specification sheet, there are only two identical paths. It can easily done by using polyline or path function specifying starting point, two joints and ending point. Then use xlink function to copy the path about center point of the emblem by rotating 90 degrees.
The emblem of Ozu is a ring derived from family insignia of Kato clan. Using the ratio provided in specification sheet, only one circle specifying line width without filling is needed.
The emblem of Gifu City consists four straight lines. Using the data provided in specification sheet, I set the origin at center point of the emblem. After drawing first line, I used xlink to clone the line about the axis parallel to the line. Then used xlink again to clone 2 lines rotating 90 degrees about the origin.
The emblem of Ogaki consists of a pentagon with a round-ended gap on each side. I divided the emblem into five modules and used path to draw each module, the first module is in bottom. Since the value of radius from center to corner of pentagon is irrational if the value of each side is rational, in order to position another modules correctly by using xlink, I moved the cloned module along the side length, then rotated 72 degrees about the corner. Just use this technique three times more.
The emblem of Maebashi is a ring derived from horse insignia of Matsudaira clan. Using the ratio provided in specification sheet, only one circle specifying line width without filling is needed.
It is one of my first SVG drawings of emblems of municipalities in Japan.
The emblem of Kishiwada consists of a vertical line and two arcs with same line width. The arc at center of the emblem is a right-angled arc, while the one on top is a 60-degree arc.
I set the origin at bottom of the emblem, after drawing the vertical line, I drew the right-angled arc from bottom right to center using integral coordinates, then rotated 45 degree anticlockwise about the origin. For the 60-degree arc, since the displacement between the endpoints is the same as radius of the circle, I drew an anticlockwise arc extending upwardly from top of vertical line. The arc is needed to rotate 30 degree clockwise about the ending point and 60 degree clockwise about the starting point to be positioned perfectly.
The emblem consists of a ring and three lines forming a Y-shape. Each line is 120 degrees apart from another two. I set the center point as the origin. After drawing circle without filling, I drew a line about the origin, then used xlink to clone another two by rotating about the origin.