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Warhammer 40k Offico Medicae Variant 3 by Light-Tricks Warhammer 40k Offico Medicae Variant 3 by Light-Tricks
Based on some blog comments, I tried to incorporate the crossed snakes of the asclepius whilst keeping pretty closely in-line with the standart "I" format - the most radical "canon" design is that of the Arbites, which has scales extending out of the circle...

I think it will probably lose a lot of clarity when at true thumbnail size so probably wouldn't use this one myself

Full folder of symbol versions and variants here: [link]
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Talancir Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
ok so... what would a medicae symbol for a guardsman medic be, in your interpretation? all of the "I" oriented symbols have a distinct Inquisitorial feel...
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Light-Tricks Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2012   Interface Designer
If you bare with us, I'll do one based more closely on the symbol sculpted onto the Cadian/Catachan packs and helmets :)
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Light-Tricks Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2012   Interface Designer
Almost all Imperial branches/organisations/offices have the I symbol (for Imperium/Imperial presumably), whether the Adeptus Ministorum, Adeptus Astra Telepathica, Adeptus Arbites, Adeptus Astronomica or Adeptus Administratum - they all use the I. Plus the Ordos of the Inquisition which perhaps have had more air time, but the I does not stand for Inquisition.

However, the one you commented on for painting on to miniatures would be the one I'd use -- [link]

And this which I did quite a while ago which is the baroque / complex version -- [link]

Hope this helps :)
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