Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Dom, Sep 29, 2011.
Or this. The dragon should not be there. It'd be hidden in the case of a low wind.
Is...is that a lion made up of Arabic calligraphy?
You didn't finish the border...
But that lion looks fantastic.
Yes, yes it is.
Is it the Shahada? Basmala?
That's incredible. How did you do that?
It took a lot of hours using Adobe Illustrator's Pen Tool.
Is the Arabic still accurate with the different shape?
Well that I don't know. Anyone know any Arab members here?
Wikipedia has this if you're concerned
Austria manages to retain Upper Silesia and attaches it to Galicia and because of this the Poles that migrated to Texas and Ruhr stay in Upper Silesia.
Divisions of Galicia
-Opole-Raciborz(includes Zator and Osweicim)
Very nice. Only problem with the flag is that the Polish eagle was some shading on it - you should be able to remove that with a vector program like Inkscape, assuming that the source image was Wikipedia.
Wasn't Austrian Silesia considered part of the Bohemian crownlands, though?
Zator and Osweicim were also considered Bohemian Crownlands too in OTL and yet they were attached to Galicia so ITTL Zator and Osweicim can be returned to Opole-Raciborz in the Kingdom of Galicia.
Very pretty. Can I ask what texture you used ?
The texture that you used earlier, I just used Photoshop Elements not Gimp.
I didn't see that you'd sorted the Polish eagle out - that's very nice work, good and crisp.
For a future update of TSPD; the flag of the Afrikaner Bond, following the Second Matabele War and the admission of Swaziland and Cislimpopo into the union.
Are the points on the star significant?
Separate names with a comma.