Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Iori, Nov 23, 2011.
They're all normal for me. I admit coastline and border colours are pretty similar, but enough to be recognised as separate by naked eye.
Bennett explained it. I just got confused
Coastal Patch for China, Third level patch for Guangdong and a few third level patches for Fujian, second levels for the Shanghai Municipality, as well as disputed islands administered by the ROC and claimed by the PRC
Second levels for Panama, Costa Rica and Nicaragua
Cambodia provinces and districts
Third levels for Colombia, second levels for Venezuela and Ecuador and first levels for Trinidad and Tobago.
Coastal patches for the philippines and solomon islands, second levels for Georgia and South Ossetia, finished second levels for the rest of indonesia
utah and arizona are done.
And new mexico.
Couple of gaps there and then
There we are. Also for some reason Utah's border was a weird color, so I fixed that.
Montana is done.
As well as California and Nevada.
And the Pacific Northwest.
So here's the continental U.S.
Now for the continental C.S.
Just to recap, besides the former csa state’s counties, what more we need to patch on the map?
China, patching it's subdivisions and adding counties. Coastal patches everywhere are always well received. We could fit some extra divisions for Canada and more subdivisions for Africa. I'm doing third levels of Chile rn, but lost momentum.
I'm patching the rest of the (possible) second levels of Africa plus some 3rd levels I can find
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