Request Maps/Flags/Coats of Arms/Heraldry here, II

Even though I wasn't asked it, here you go. Take a guess what it means, and then I'll tell you what it means to me after.

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@Cantra it's a bit complicated but I will try :
  • The laurel might represent current/past national prestige
  • The circle with the cross seems pagan-ish in nature, if I recall correctly it was a symbol used by the collaborators of WW2 German-occupied/ruled Norway
  • The Omega sign could be seen as many things : end, fullfiment or power.
Besides the black also for power, I have no idea what the others two colors could mean. It seems very hellenical/Norse in its configuration.
I am not a Sherlock Holmes (or Enola, that dreadful TV show) best thing I can come close to is Watson and he always needed SH to finally see clearly.
 
@Cantra it's a bit complicated but I will try :
  • The laurel might represent current/past national prestige
  • The circle with the cross seems pagan-ish in nature, if I recall correctly it was a symbol used by the collaborators of WW2 German-occupied/ruled Norway
  • The Omega sign could be seen as many things : end, fullfiment or power.
Besides the black also for power, I have no idea what the others two colors could mean. It seems very hellenical/Norse in its configuration.
I am not a Sherlock Holmes (or Enola, that dreadful TV show) best thing I can come close to is Watson and he always needed SH to finally see clearly.
The circle is the astrological symbol of the Earth, it means the regime or whatever it means spans the globe. The Omega sign is as you have interpreted, while the laurel represents coverage over the Earth through various means. I edited the United nations flag for this.
 
@FriendlyGhost @Marc Pasquin @The Professor can I give you guys a "flag" "challenge"? It is something I just came up and thought it would be a lot of fun for you guys. Make a flag of that organization that both far right and far left members. The caviats are :

  • No use of red or black or use of both
  • No historical symbols (Hammer and Sickles, fasces, swastikas or runes)
  • It could be used by every ethnicity in the world
What's "That Organisation" ?
 
How about this?
General idea being: green for the lands round the Med; blue for the Sea itself; gold star for the union and hinting at a compass rose to indicate that all parts of the Med Sea are included; gold between green and blue for (1) separation, they don't go well together, and (2) could also represent the union, with all lands joined.
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(Not sure about the shades of the blue and green - they might need tweaking a bit)
Maybe make the blue a bit darker (medium blue) to help with contrast. Another suggestions I would make would be to invert the blue and green sections so that it evoke less the flag of brazil. Problem with that obviously is that it would lose the idea of the Mediterranean sea then.
 
Kinda looks like a blend of the Alawite flag with the Imperial Brazilian one if they had a baby that went to space. x'D @FriendlyGhost
Maybe make the blue a bit darker (medium blue) to help with contrast. Another suggestions I would make would be to invert the blue and green sections so that it evoke less the flag of brazil. Problem with that obviously is that it would lose the idea of the Mediterranean sea then.
I didn't know the Alawite flag, though I had noted the similarity to the Brazilian one.
How about one of these instead? The first uses a rectangle instead of a rhombus to represent the Med Sea, whilst the second uses horizontal stripes instead, to represent the northern and southern shores of the Med. In both I've turned the star into a more obvious representation of a compass rose, in which the 'circle round the star' could be taken to represent the union of the nations at all points of the compass, if you wanted to go for that sort of symbolism.
Oh yes, and I darkened the blue as Marc suggested, to rgb 0,0,153 if I remember correctly.
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I didn't know the Alawite flag, though I had noted the similarity to the Brazilian one.
How about one of these instead? The first uses a rectangle instead of a rhombus to represent the Med Sea, whilst the second uses horizontal stripes instead, to represent the northern and southern shores of the Med. In both I've turned the star into a more obvious representation of a compass rose, in which the 'circle round the star' could be taken to represent the union of the nations at all points of the compass, if you wanted to go for that sort of symbolism.
Oh yes, and I darkened the blue as Marc suggested, to rgb 0,0,153 if I remember correctly.
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It is almost perfect, it is the symbol that is a bit Nato-ish, can't get it out of my head. How about we try this below? You make it yellow like the star you did previously and instead of parliamentary seats you make them into sun rays and use the blue of this symbol instead of the one suggested by @Marc Pasquin, who I think it is more appropriate in case of a Northern alliance. The laurel can you use this one instead? @FriendlyGhost
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could someone draw Lusatia in the qbam format? the second one in this image without the striped territory.
i tried seeing if i could find a map with it drawn correctly on there but i couldn't find one
 
I would like to have three flags made for the three branches of the Chinese military in 'The Mandarin Observer'.

A red Buddhist swastika on a white disc, surrounded by a green field. (Army)

A white tiger standing on a white cloud on a blue field (Air Force)

A outline of China's major rivers (Yellow River, Yangszte River) leading into the East China Sea (Navy)
 
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