Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by VT45, Oct 1, 2017.
Huelva province in Southwestern Spain
Good job! Nice to see progress in the unfinished parts of Europe. Hopefully I will be able to finish Honshu today.
Added Huelva and Cantabria to the map,noteCantabria needs several fixes in colours!)
Looks like the borders need cleaning up too
Since I am not really working on Japan anymore, anyone can claim it if they want to. For now, I will work on any remaining islands of the Pacific and Indochina.
EDIT:More specifically, the next region I'll work on is New Caledonia and later, French Polynesia.
Darn it, I just realized the Samoas were already done. Anyway, progress is good in the other regions.
(Also, I will overlay my subdivisions and the previous ones to see the differences just because I am curious)
French Polynesia and New Caledonia are complete. Onwards to South-East Asia!
Also, the Index in page 75 is complete!
Hi this is pogo the M-BAM founder and I am working on a new project since the M-BAM is mostly done. I plan to make a map for each from 1900 to 2000. Also I have setup a discord server so that you guys can actually talk to me and the rest of the M-BAM people. https://discord.gg/puA2PZP
11 months after this started, a large portion of the world is finished. Amazing job guys!
Zhejiang, Shanghai, Jiangsu are
Just an update on what I am working on.
Can someone send me updated tiles? My computer got wiped while trying to fix an endless reboot (fixed now) so I need to replace them.
I can send them.
Please do. Thanks!
Still haven't got them. Are you still able to send them?
Sorry, I forgot about that... I will be able to send them at some point today, though.
Thanks for the bump. I've been preoccupied with other projects but I hope to get back into this at some point soon. In the meantime, I found the link to @Frank's shortcut for drawing borders in Paint.NET, so I'm reposting it here.
Is Paint.net easier and quicker to do than Photoshop?
Personally I find PDN better but then again it’s the system I’m used to.
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