I didn't know what you might want on the banner, so I left it blank. As for the fishes, I just wanted something that would make sense given the local context. It's alt-history, so it could be anything.
Well maybe the us decide to make okinawa a fishing hub for america that could work (though i was feeling a more japanese symbom would be nice perhaps 2 katana crossed or a samurai headgear) as for the motto i dunno i was thinking since many stated use latin/native american words perhaps a japanese would be used though maybe not banzai as it had ww2 connection (even though it isnt) what do you think the motto should be?
 
So I'm looking for someone to make a Communist CSA flag, but something that isn't using the Hammer and Sickle. I'm not tooo sure on what a Red Dixie would use symbol wise.
 
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Can someone please make an HD version of this coat-of-arms? It is by far the best sigil for House Stark that I have ever seen, combining the canon book description with the badass show aesthetic. A transparent background and a better shield frame would also do nicely. It’s such a shame that the wolf and the shield are all blurry. Whoever made this masterpiece deserves all commendations, but c’mon, you should have uploaded a better resolution!

It’s in the same style as the following examples:

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I was recently reading about King James VII & II's attempt to put together a Dominion of New England and it struck me that, had such a polity become a viable part of the British Empire rather than gone onto the ash heap of history with the rest of His Late Majesty's other bright ideas during the Glorious Revolution, it would have likely received a Red Ensign at some point.

I've come up with a few possible variants on this particular idea - may I please ask which of them you think works best?

(1) The union flag in the canton, a white shield in the field (with the cross of St George upon that shield and the 'Lone Pine' in the upper right hand corner).

(2) The union flag in the canton, a shield bearing the royal arms in the field (for the record, my original concept was for the House of Stuart variation on the British Royal Arms, as a nod to the Dominion's origin in the mind of James VII & II).

(3) The cross of St George in the canton, a white shield with the 'Lone Pine' in green upon it.
Option 1
So I'm looking for someone to make a Communist CSA flag, but something that isn't using the Hammer and Sickle. I'm not tooo sure on what a Red Dixie would use symbol wise.
A red/gold star perhaps. That's a common communist symbol.
 
I wonder if I can make this throwback request for an Oregon coat of arms from 2006:
  • Shield: Argent, two wavy bars azure, issuant from the chief a demi-sun in splendor or.
  • Crest: Upon a helm or with a wreath or and vert a Saint Edward's crown surmounted by the American imperial crest (a double-headed bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) displayed proper and bearing lightning bolts or, crowned or.)
  • Supporters: Two grizzly bears (Ursus arctos horribilis) guardant proper and armed or.
  • Motto: Beneath the shield a scroll vert inscribed or "Luceat Lux Vestra."
It looks like this, except the sun is upside-down, but it really needs a makeover...
How's this?
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Two slight differences from your request: I gave the eagle a crown proper instead of or, as I didn't think just or looked very good; and the bear supporters are not guardant, but facing inward as shown in the picture you included.
That makes the blazon:
Escutcheon Argent two bars wavy Azure issuant from the chief a demi-sun in splendour Or; for a Crest upon a tilting helm Or the imperial crown Proper, a double-headed bald eagle displayed Proper, imperially crowned holding in both dexter and sinister talons lightning bolts Or; Motto 'Luceat Lux Vestra' inscribed Or on a scroll Vert; Mantling Vert and Or; for Supporters two grizzly bears Proper armed Or.

I hope that's roughly what you wanted.

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(1) Helm and mantling adapted from CoA of Augustine Warner by Glasshouse, free for use and adaptation under the CC BY-SA 4.0 licence; helm recoloured.
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(3) Crown from Royal CoA of the UK by Sodacan, free for use and adaptation under the CC BY-SA 3.0, 2.5, 2.0 and 1.0 licences.
(4) Grizzly bear supporters adapted from CoA of Toronto by Jack_Ryan_Morris, free for use and adaptation under the CC BY-SA 4.0 licence; body partly recoloured, claws recoloured, some edges and areas adjusted.
(5) Demi-sun in glory adapted from image in Public Domain.
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A small request, A Map from wiki, South Korea, but with North and South Gyeonggi Provinces (Gyeonggi Province is the province that surrounds Seoul)! That's pretty much it
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Well maybe the us decide to make okinawa a fishing hub for america that could work (though i was feeling a more japanese symbom would be nice perhaps 2 katana crossed or a samurai headgear) as for the motto i dunno i was thinking since many stated use latin/native american words perhaps a japanese would be used though maybe not banzai as it had ww2 connection (even though it isnt) what do you think the motto should be?
Here you go - the ancestral symbol of the Kingdom of Ryukyu, and the text on the banner was used by the DoD and even appeared on Okinawan license plates.

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Hey guys, requesting a map edit for this solar system map

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I just need Earth remodeled geographically, rather than politically. Basically if someone could erase the borders and fill it in with how Earth looks geographically (in line with how the other objects are modeled, but represent green areas) that would a huge help.
Thank you!
 
This is more of a question/request for ideas rather than a request for images.

So there is this map I made:
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While I am somewhat interested in ideas for Chinese Federation and European Confederation or Latin American League (especially the Confederation) the real question I have is the flag of the United Commonwealth.

So the idea is Originally it was just England and Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (and Dominion USA + Ireland) in personal union. For flags of all these OTL equivalents work fine (thought for Poland-Lithuania changing the coat of arms in the flag is necessary). However my question would be what to do with the flag of the United Commonwealth combined? Polish-Lithuanian style but with a more complex combined (or a newly created United Commonwealth) coat of arms (with perhaps one of the stripes changed to blue) is my best idea, though perhaps a US style flag is possible too. Oh also Union Flag (or a derivative) is not possible. While it was created that was as part of a Stuart-led "Great Britain" which post-revolutionary US (which accepted the anti-Stuart claimant as its monarch while otherwise having the same system with the President as a combined Governor-General/Prime Minister figure) and Poland-Lithuania managed to reclaim England and Ireland from. With the US, England, Ireland and Poland-Lithuania later forming the United Commonwealth and the Portuguese-Brazilian crown joining the Commonwealth rather recently. As for Commonwealth CoA best ideas I had are quartering with only the major regions being represented (USA with a blue chief + red and white stripes, England, Ireland, Poland, Lithuania, later Portugal and Brazil) and more complex subdivisioning (all members and realms represented, or all members represented). A more simple idea could be creating a new charge for the Commonwealth as a whole rather than combining arms of its predecessors. Another thought was about supporters of which I thought some sort of "Commonwealth Griffin" could be created (with parts of Lion, Bald Eagle and maybe White Eagle (two heads maybe?)) or perhaps just a Lion-Bald Eagle Griffin with the other supporter being an Angel. Perhaps later parts of the Braganza Dragon/Wyvern could be added to the Griffin (or is it more of a Chimera now?).

Anyway, as you can see very undecided, some ideas would be nice.
Again, no images necessary.

King of England and Ireland:
1485-1509: Henry VII Tudor
1509-1552: Arthur I Tudor
1559-1566: Edward VI Tudor
1566-1572: Henry VIII Tudor
King of England, Ireland and Poland, Grand Duke of Lithuania:
1572-1603: Henry VIII and V Tudor
1603-1641: Arthur II and I Tudor
1641-1684: Edward VII and I Tudor
King of England, Ireland, Poland and Lithuania:
1684-1691: Edward VII and I Tudor
1691-1744: Henry IX and VI Tudor
Disputed:
1744-1766: King of the Scots, of Ireland and of England: James VII and I Stuart
1744-1756: King of England, Ireland and Poland, Grand Duke of Lithuania: John II Tudor, 2nd Duke of Lublin
1744-1766: Queen of England, Ireland and Lithuania, King of Poland: Elisabeth I Tudor
Disputed:
1766-1775: King of the Scots, of Ireland and of England: Charles III and I Stuart
1766-1775: Queen of England, Ireland and Lithuania, King of Poland: Elisabeth I Tudor
Disputed:
1775-1776: King of the Scots, of Ireland and of England: Charles III and I Stuart
1775-1776: King of England, Ireland, Poland and Lithuania: George I Hanover
Disputed:
1776-1780: King of the Scots, of Ireland and of England: Charles III and I Stuart
1776-1780: King of England, Ireland, Poland, Lithuania and America: George I Hanover
Disputed:
1780-1788: King of Great Britain: Charles III Stuart
1780-1788: King of England, Ireland, Poland, Lithuania and America: George I Hanover
Disputed:
1788-1795: King of Great Britain: Henry X Stuart
1788-1795: King of England, Ireland, Poland, Lithuania and America: George I Hanover
King of England, Ireland, Poland, Lithuania and America:
1795-1801: George I Hanover
King/Queen of the (United) Commonwealth:
1801-1820: George I Hanover
1820-1830: George II Hanover
1830-1837: William III Hanover
1837-1901: Victoria I Hanover (Personal Union with Hanover ended)
1901-1910: George III Saxe-Coburg and Gotha
1910-1936: Alice I Saxe-Coburg and Gotha
1936-1947: John II Braganza-Orleans (Portugal united in a personal union after 1940)
1947-Present: John VII Braganza-Orleans (Portugal integrated into the United Commonwealth)
(while Hanovers and Coburg-Gothas (and also Stuarts, actually) were protestant Tudors were Catholic. Poland-Lithuania is overwhelmingly Catholic, while Ireland and most English colonies (South Africa, Australia, Most of US other than New England (and maybe New York and Pennsylvania) are also Catholic. England is mostly half and half Catholic-Protestant with the North and urban regions tending to be more Protestant. Hanovers stayed on the throne with massive promises of tolerance and giving more rights and autonomy to local governments (and parliament(s)).
 
Hello! I'd like to request a flag for an alternative Danubian Federation, where it's Hungary that forms the state and Romania that's the main secondary participant, rather than Austria and Hungary, respectively. I'm flexible as to exact motifs, but it should incorporate ten stars for the ten composite lands (in no particular order: Hungary, Romania, Croatia, Bosnia, Slovakia, Galicia, Ruthenia, Dalmatia, Bucovina, and Banat). Thanks!
A bit later than asked but how does this one grab you?
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