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Commune de Quintillan (Aude)[edit]

  • Bonjour Jpgibert. S'il vous plais, pourriez-vous m'indiquer la source du blason Blason de Quintillan.svg. Je ne trouve pas l'information. Cordialement. --Tho-ric (talk) 13:24, 13 January 2018 (UTC)[reply]
Bonjour Tho-ric, je me suis contenté de réaliser le blason à partir du blasonnement présent dans l'armorial des communes de l'aude sur Wikipédia. Désolé, je n'ai pas d'information quant à l'origine de ce blasonnement.
Jpgibert (talk) 23:40, 13 January 2018 (UTC)[reply]

Simple coat of arms images that should use vector graphics[edit]

Can you explain to me what is your treshold for simplicity? How in the world is File:Armas duques vila real.png or File:Armas de Sancho-Miñano.png simple, compared to actually simple designs like File:Armas Champaña.png. Stop adding literally everything in the category because then it becomes pointless. Thanks.--TFerenczy (talk) 11:13, 2 August 2018 (UTC)[reply]

Hi TFerenczy, thanks you to report me these files. I agree, the composition is complex but the number of charges is limited and it is not so difficult to recreate them in SVG format by using the c:Category:SVG coat of arms elements - charges.
However, I think that I misunderstood the "simple" word in the category name. For me, "simple" refers to the shield without external ornaments. You think it is a reference to the complexity of the shield itself.
Ok, I understand your point of view and will stop my action.
Jpgibert (talk) 11:38, 2 August 2018 (UTC)[reply]

File source is not properly indicated: File:Armoiries de la famille de Moustier (Franche-Comté).svg[edit]

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Armes des comtes de Hainaut[edit]

Bonsoir, grâce à ce que j'apprends avec vous sur mes demandes de blasons, je viens de traduire la description en français du blason File:Hainaut Modern Arms.svg mais j'ai besoin d'un tuteur ! Pouvez vous vérifier tout cela. Merci d'avance. Cordialement--Thcollet (talk) 17:17, 7 February 2020 (UTC)[reply]

@Thcollet: Heureux d'apprendre que vous vous lancez dans le blasonnement. C'est un art subtile qui peut être complexe mais auquel je trouve une poésie particulière à ce mélange de néologismes et de langage délicieusement désuet, à cette syntaxe sans verbe et méthodique. Ca nécessite malheureusement une connaissance importante des définitions. Je vous recommande à ce sujet, deux sites intéressants : Au balson des armoiries et Euraldic qui fournissent des définitions de qualité (le premier à cet avantage de fournir des exemples visuels). Vous pouvez également jeter un coup d'œil sur le Wiktionnaire que j'enrichis chaque fois que je peux : wikt:fr:Thésaurus:héraldique/français. J'ajoute également des exemples visuels pour un maximum d'articles et j'homogénéise la forme des définitions. Depuis peu, j'essaie de mettre un lien dans les articles sur les termes vers les catégories sur Commons mais ce n'est encore qu'une ébauche (section : Voir aussi).
J'ai encore beaucoup à apprendre Face-smile.svg.
Concernant les armoiries que vous m'avez signalées, le blasonnement est correct pour moi.
J'aurai juste une suggestion qui n'a rien à voir avec le blasonnement, n'hésitez pas à catégoriser techniquement les armoiries qui ne le sont pas ou peu. Ca aidera ceux qui cherchent des exemples (et même ceux qui veulent identifier des armoiries). Ce n'est pas toujours évident à faire parce que les catégories sont en anglais. Pour vous aider, vous pouvez regarder cette page : Illustrated atlas of French and English heraldic terms. Elle offre, une traduction français/anglais des principaux termes, mais tout n'y est pas.
Je me ferai un plaisir de vous aider si vous avez des questions.
Bonne continuation. Jpgibert (talk) 21:49, 7 February 2020 (UTC)[reply]
Bonjour Jean-Paul. Merci pour votre réponse. Je vais agir avec prudence. Bonne journée--Thcollet (talk) 05:10, 8 February 2020 (UTC)[reply]

Blason St-Remi Reims.jpg → File:Blason de l'abbaye de Saint-Nicaise de Reims - version 1.svg[edit]

@Jpgibert: Bonjour, Un petit pb avec le lien autre source sur File:Blason St-Remi Reims.jpg qui renvoit sur votre dernier dessin File:Blason de l'abbaye de Saint-Nicaise de Reims - version 1.svg. Ce n'est pas la même abbaye même si c'est le même blason. Cordialement --Thcollet (talk) 07:46, 18 March 2020 (UTC)[reply]

Blason Pecher[edit]

Bonjour Jpgibert, j'ai été contacté par un tiers me disant qu'un membre de la famille Pecher souhaite que leur blason soit retiré de Wikimédia... Vous serait-il possible de faire la demande aux administrateurs ? Merci beaucoup pour votre compréhension et veuillez m'excuser pour ce dérangement. Cdlt --Brookford (talk) 19:53, 6 June 2020 (UTC)[reply]

Bonsoir Brookford. Ce dessin a été réalisé sur la base d'un blasonnement. La famille n'a donc aucun droit en quoi que ce soit à nous demander de supprimer cette image. La famille peut détenir des droits sur une image qu'elle a fait réaliser, mais pas sur le blasonnement qui est un texte. C'est pourquoi on fait nous-même les images pour contourner un éventuel droit d'auteur sur les images pré-existantes. Je ne vois donc pas de raison de faire une demande de suppression. Jpgibert (talk) 20:37, 6 June 2020 (UTC)[reply]
Cher Jpgibert, vous avez tout à fait raison. Cdlt.--Brookford (talk) 21:48, 8 June 2020 (UTC)[reply]

Dragon en cimier[edit]

Bonsoir Jpgibert,
Peut-être pourrez-vous répondre à une question que j'ai concernant ce blason. Comment blasonneriez-vous ce cimier : Coat of Arms of Ferdinand I of Naples (Order of the Golden Fleece).svg ? Doit-on préciser la position de ses ailes et de sa (ses) pâte ? Cdlt. --Brookford (talk) 18:57, 9 June 2020 (UTC)[reply]

Bonsoir Brookford. Le blason (grammaire) ne s'applique pas aux ornements extérieurs. Habituellement, il y a un respect de ses règles mais avec une certaine souplesse pouvant aller jusqu'à du je-m'en-foutisme éhonté. C'est pourquoi je préfère me focaliser sur les armoiries plutôt qu'aux ornements extérieurs.
Je ne pense pas qu'il soit vraiment nécessaire d'entrer trop dans les détails. Pour moi, il s'agit d'un dragon éployé issant de la couronne.
On peut ignorer la patte. Le qualificatif issant suffit à expliquer sa présence. Jpgibert (talk) 19:31, 9 June 2020 (UTC)[reply]
Merci Jpgibert, j'ignorais que le cimier ne se blasonnait pas de la même manière ! Bonne soirée. --Brookford (talk) 19:38, 9 June 2020 (UTC)[reply]
Brookford, ce n'est pas uniquement le cimier mais bien tous les ornements extérieurs (casque, couronne, supports, tenants, devise, terrasse et j'en passe) qui ne sont pas soumis au blason. En fait, la pratique de transformer des armoiries personnelles en armoiries familiales stabilisées a rapidement posé problème puisque les héritiers de la famille n'avaient pas le choix de leurs armes (à la brisure près). Mais une fois l'héritier devenu le responsable de la famille, il perdait ses propres armoiries pour récupérer celles de la famille. Or il est humainement naturel de vouloir faire partie d'un groupe tout en se démarquant. Ces armoiries ne permettant pas de se distinguer, les gens ont adopté les ornements extérieurs moins rigoureux et aisément personnalisables avec profusion de possibilités de mettre en avant son narcissisme autant que sa superbe réelle ou fantasmée. Evidemment, les confréries, ordres divers et compagnie ont exploité les ornements extérieurs. C'était plus simple de mettre un collier de jarretière ou des crosses derrière un écu plutôt que de modifier des armoiries déjà chargées par les écartelés et autres partitions destinées à accumuler les références aux alliances et suzerainetés diverses.
Historiquement et généalogiquement, ces éléments sont intéressants et fournissent plein d'informations sur les prétendants à ces éléments. Mais héraldiquement (au sens armoiries), ça n'a aucune importance, c'est du décorum.
La preuve, seules les armoiries sont reconnues juridiquement, c'était comme une signature (à l'époque où elles étaient utilisées en France, mais c'est toujours valable en Angleterre par exemple). Jpgibert (talk) 20:16, 9 June 2020 (UTC)[reply]

I removed the metacat template you put on some categories[edit]

Hello, Jpgibert. I noticed that you put a metacat template on some categories that are not metacats. One of them was Category:2 church bells in heraldry. You put {{MetaCat|number}} on that category. That is not correct, because the subcats in that category are not grouped by the number of church bells. It does appear that they are supposed to be grouped by tincture, but this is not a metacat by tincture, either, because the category name doesn't indicate such a grouping.

If you have any questions about this, feel free to ask. --Auntof6 (talk) 06:22, 17 June 2020 (UTC)[reply]

Hello, Auntof6. Before all thing, thanks a lot for your attention. Commons is a very big project difficult to maintain.
I understand your explanation. Maybe my choice is not good (inspired by another category). I used this template to encourage users to avoid image categorization in these specific categories. This in the goal to respect the usage principle of the most precisely category (I'm not sure to be clear, sorry, my english is not very good). For me, these categories are here only to group another categories.
If you think that is not a good idea, I note this and will avoid to repeat it in future. Maybe there is another method to do that or another template ?
Have a nice day.
Jpgibert (talk) 07:19, 17 June 2020 (UTC)[reply]
If you want to do that, you could instead use the {{Categorise}} template. {{MetaCat}} is reserved for a specific type of category that should not contain images. As an example, see Category:Church bells in heraldry by number, the parent to the category I linked above. That one is a metacat, because the category name says "by number" and the subcats are each for a specific number of bells. Hope that explains the difference. --Auntof6 (talk) 08:01, 17 June 2020 (UTC)[reply]
Thanks a lot Auntof6, I will use this template in future instead of metacat (reserved usage for by something categories). I understand the difference. Jpgibert (talk) 08:28, 17 June 2020 (UTC)[reply]

Blasons JANSSEN[edit]

Bonjour Jpgibert, concernant la famille Janssen, le blason Blason de la famille Léon Janssen (Belgique).svg.png appartient au Baron (Léon) Janssen anobli en 1910. Il a choisi RECTITUDO comme devise.

Le blason Blason de la famille Emmanuel Janssen (Belgique).svg.png appartient au Baron Emmanuel Janssen, anobli en 1930. Il a choisi la même devise que celle de sont cousin léon. Ses descendants présents sur Wikipédia sont Charles-Emmanuel Janssen, Daniel Janssen et Nicolas Janssen.

Les autres, comme Charles Janssen, Albert-Edouard Janssen etc ne portent pas ces blasons.

Vous trouverez ces informations dans l'Etat présent de la noblesse belge. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Cherss (talk • contribs) 17:59, 21 June 2020 (UTC)[reply]

Bonjour Cherss. J'imagine que vous me contactez parce que j'ai dessiné les armoiries de la famille (au format vectoriel, format recommandé par les différents projets liés aux armoiries sur Wikipédia, quelle que soit la langue).
Toutefois, je suis intervenu à la demande d'un autre contributeur comme on peut le voir dans cette demande : w:fr:Projet:Blasons/Demande_de_blason/Archives/2020#Blason_de_la_famille_Janssen.
Je n'ai personnellement fait aucune action quant à l'utilisation de ce dessin. Mon action se limite à la réalisation du dessin. Je vous invite donc à prendre contact avec le demandeur original de la demande.
Bonne soirée. Jpgibert (talk) 19:43, 21 June 2020 (UTC)[reply]

Merci[edit]

Hello, thanks to your corrections to among other files, File:COA-family-sv-Brummer 1772.png, I have now started a renovation of my uploaded files, where I will collect the corrected versions I changed with Commons:AWB in Category:CoA_Lab-sv, which is presently my end station for corrected files, both considering recommended tincture hexadecimal colors, as well as proper descriptions. All further input from you very much appreciated. I think the Heraldry project pages should be updated, and more informative, so active contributors save time, and I think it could be a very active section, if taken care of better. Again, thanks, and if you have time to check how I work, please considerate giving more advice. It seems many people worked a lot to improve heraldry on commons before, lately I have not seen many... Dan Koehl (talk) 13:42, 27 August 2020 (UTC)[reply]

Hi Dan Koehl, you're welcome.
I sorry for my poor english. I'm not sure to understand all your comment. I hope my answer will help you.
I don't patrol on heraldic drawing but I check sometimes a set of categories (bells for example) and I try to keep them clear by precise categorization (colors and numbers). When I see images without french description, I try to provide one and convert to COAInformation template as recommended by the Heraldry project.
I don't know what is your knowledge about heraldry concepts. Don't take offense if my explanations seem trivial to you.
Regarding the tincture, the {{Tincture}} template provide some hexadecimal colors. But these values are not official and mandatory. Each heraldic project uses its own hexadecimal values (historic legacy). In French Projet Blasons we use some values not used in swedish heraldry. And it is not a problem. The heraldry uses tincture concept and not real colors. If you are able to recognize a blue tincture, you have azure tincture. The variation around the blue color is considered as azure. Idem for other colors. So, you don't have to use the recommended hexadecimal colors if you work for a specific heraldry (germanic, british, french, spannish, italian...).
Personally, I use french recommended colors to provide homogeneous representation in the same version of the french Wikipedia.
If you want more information or advice, don't hesitate to ping me, I would try to help you. Jpgibert (talk) 08:18, 28 August 2020 (UTC)[reply]

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Blason de la ville Imperia (Italie).svg[edit]

Bonjour Jean-Paul, merci pour tes beaux coas! May I ask you to never user the deprecated template {{Created with Inscape}}. It is so easy to tag an image correctly, as you may see at the above file. All incorrect taggings have to be corrected by others. You can see all corrected blosons in Valid SVG created with Inkscape:CoA by JPGibert. Cdlt -- sarang사랑 18:12, 13 January 2021 (UTC)[reply]

Hi 사랑, I'm sorry for this bad usage. I think that you speak about the tag "image=JPG". I saw it before but I was not able to understand why someone wants to indicate JPEG information on an SVG file. It is not clear this system. I will use it in future. Jpgibert (talk) 11:41, 14 January 2021 (UTC)[reply]
Hi 사랑, I finish to understand how use the image tag on COAInformation template. It is not easy, without information, to understand that JPG is my trigram and not a reference to the JPEG format. This is a shortcut to add SVG validation, Inkscape and Projet Blasons userboxes. As said previously, I will use it in future. For your information, I check all my old images to remove usage of the Created with inkscape template. Cdlt. Jpgibert (talk) 22:27, 19 January 2021 (UTC)[reply]

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