Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Tangle, Sep 5, 2016.
we finihed at last...
this is nine times smaller than a worlda
edit: we need to go deeper!
Has science gone too far? Absolutely, but it's not like there's a reason to stop it!
wait, if this is the micro-worlda...
what would the milli-worlda be
(also im terming those maps just posted the nano-, pico-, and femto- worlda)
Well, I'd assume it's the .6 worlda. Centi is the .75. Deci is the .9.
1/81th of a worlda
1/729th of a WorldA.
Have just tidied up the last few missing pixels of the Russian coastline.
And started on the rivers map.
I'm callin' the police.
Some limited progress on the rivers map; if anyone thinks I am only doing the easy ones so far then you are completely correct.
Should the only big river bifurcation on Earth be shown as well?
Sorry I don't quite understand what you mean.
I had never heard of that and it's really cool thanks ! Not sure how it would be shown but yeah that would be a neat addition.
Probably just river pixels- it's a natural canal as far as I know.
Someone needs to go over my work and check/correct it at some point anyway; it's pretty much a "best guess" at the moment.
Because of a few issues in Europe, and a differing colour scheme in South America, I'm gonna redo the political map.
Beep beep. (I'd be very grateful if someone could do the subdivisions of America, Mexico, China, Brazil, Russia, Micronesia*, and Germany*.)
*They're federations too...
P.S.: It has a few extra islands to accomodate for the extra countries. Might want to copy those over onto the phys. map.
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