Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Matt, Dec 22, 2005.
Thanks, but what about requested map without the meridians and parallelles too?
This is what I could find
Much obliged, I created a Baltic map from Shadow-Knight's detailed maps, though unfortunately his larger scale maps don't include Libya or Ukraine (also Scotland but that's somewhat less painful).
I made a maps of Ukraine. First one is adminstrative divisions before March 2014 and second one is Blank map of Ukraine in 2014-2017.
shouldn't crimea and donbass be striped? they are not russian, they are occupied territory, such territory is usually indicated by stripes of both countries.
same would also apply to transnystria, which is also russian occupied
"Usually" seems to be a much misused word.
I have most often seen stripes used to indicate a power-sharing arrangement. I most usually see occupied territory as filled with the occupying power's colour and a claim line of the disputing claimant's colour as an inner border.
In the case of those two provinces, it is further complicated by the fact that Russia isn't (officially as least) the disputing power. Officially, Luhansk and Donestsk are independent small states. Each individually claims the territory of the former Ukrainian province of the same name, and Ukraine claims the entirety of the two areas. As facts on the ground, each of the two controls roughly half of the total area that each one claims. And it is widely believed that they are puppet states controlled by Russia.
From 22/5/2014 until 20/5/2015, the two provincial governments were nominally part of the Novorossiya Confederation.
I also note that the nominally no-man's land on the Moldova-Ukraine border is missing.
I don't think Crimea is precisely "occupied", since it entered the RU in a plebiscite, albeit it's disputed status should be represented.
it has been conquered, occupied, and a rigged plebiscite took place to cover the crime
Yes, but the population largely approves of it, and it's not going to be reversed any time soon. I'm not arguing the ethics of it (it was a violation of Ukrainian sovereignty), but at this point it's Russian.
the population didn't dare to disapprove
maybe read less RT propaganda
There also wasn't a 'no' option.
Wow, I guess I'm a Russian shill now.
That is the definition of a plebiscite.
Made a Robinson projection blank template.
Robinson is an accepted input in NASA's G.Projector, so you could draw a map using this template and then project it however you want really easy.
Is that Robinson or is it worlda? Because the two projections are actually different.
Created a topographic map of westeros:
In surprised the wall isnt tall enough to be shown.
Probably tall enough, just not wide enough to be represented. Adter all, how big is a pixel?
Thank you both.
Is it possible to have a blank template but using this type of map instead? (Dimensions: 1526x755 px)
(You know, those bid ol' maps that no one except me uses anymore)
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