Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Redem, Jul 16, 2005.
Not "Камрады", but "Товарищ"
@pattontank12 did you make these, or did you get them somewhere? They're pretty good.
I mainly just found them while browsing Bing images.
You really shouldn't just take images from the net and post then here without crediting the original artists. It makes it look like you're claiming them as your own and it's really frustrating for artists to have their art posted all over the place without asking or crediting their work, since they get nothing from what is borderline stealing.
Sorry here's link's to the original's
A few requests-
A poster depicting a samurai,waving a sword,attacking a dragon labeled '中国'.The text (Japanese) reads "Help our boys counter the beastly Chinese!BUY WAR BONDS"
A poster depicting Zulfikar Ali Bhutto,3rd Emir and 2nd Prime Minister of Pakistan,Bhagat Singh,(a turbaned,bearded Sikh,sorry,atheist,in whatever communist clothes),and Subhash Chandra Bose (Google his image and make it older) chasing standing behind a lotus,with dastardly looks on their face.The text (Hindi this time) reads 'Save Hinduism from the Muslim and Communist threats!'
A poster depicting two men-one,a Punjabi soldier,(Turban not necessary),and a farmer (Turban maybe required).The text (Punjabi) reads-'ਜੈ ਜਵਾਨ ਜੈ ਕਿਸਾਨ' or 'Hail Soldiers Hail Farmers'
ITTL the League of the Three Emperors did not break apart.
What programme you use to make those?
Very Fallout feeling posters.
1981 Philadelphia World's Fair.
VE Day 1965.
All hail the People's Republic of Mordor!
I did not make it. I found it. It is from OTL.
Something I made for a board game some friends and I are working on. Very soft AH, I just thought it looked cool.
Problem though, if really TL-191, the national flag was the first one, not the ANV battle flag. The Freedom party flag reversed the red and blue, btw.
It isn’t TL-191. Besides, if you really want to get technical, the USA used OTL German style uniforms so the CSA would have had an OTL American style.
Didn't the CSA adopt British style?
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