Springfield Police K9 Coin
In 1976 Sergeant Alan Carlson observed the dogs’ work and became interested in the K-9 program. He believed that dogs were useful tools for law enforcement and he initiated a study and proposal for the Springfield Police Department. In 1981, after continuous years of submitting the proposal, a new City Manager allowed the City Council to review the report. Thus, the Springfield Police K9 Unit was formed.
The Springfield K-9 Trainer tests each dog at the vendor’s kennel prior to acceptance and training to establish if the dog possesses the necessary instincts and drives to complete a police service dog training course and meet the high standards of the Springfield Police Department.
They asked us to build them a custom challenge coin and we crafted one cool and special custom coin for them. The design is minimalistic and unsophisticated, with the use of minimal patterns and elements.
We engraved a picture of a K9 unit on the front side of the coin, and on the back, we sculpted their emblems and insignias. The color used on this coin was mostly black, used for rendering the shadows on the image and for the backgrounds, with some small coloring on the rims and the insignias.
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Finished Coin (Front)
Finished Coin (Back)
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