The XK-BAM map series

Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Klime, Apr 15, 2018.

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  1. RMcD94 Well-Known Member

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    Is there a version of the 8k with countries but without admin levels?
     
  2. Klime Well-Known Member

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    There is now.
     
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  3. RMcD94 Well-Known Member

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    Thank you, no admin versions would be nice for each time period. Especially as I understand it 1910 is done for external borders but not for internal
     
  4. RMcD94 Well-Known Member

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    What's the length (km) of each pixel at each latitude?
     
  5. Entrerriano Well-Known Member

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    Rio de La Plata.png
    So I made a map of the Viceroyalty of the Río de la Plata. Please tell me if I made any mistakes.
     
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  6. felixs Active Member

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    My work on Russia kind of stalled in Siberia because so many borders are defined by rivers and we don't have many rivers drawn on asian part of the map so im now basically working on drawing those missing rivers.
     
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  7. Klime Well-Known Member

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    https://drive.google.com/open?id=17bSfDsxMON4--guadftLV2ZRBlakBMAI
    This file has river overlays set up for most of the world.
     
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  8. felixs Active Member

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  9. felixs Active Member

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    If nobody else is working on rivers,i can try to finish them up from those overlays, postponing my work on Russia for a while
     
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  10. felixs Active Member

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    Working on weekend i managed to do about half of mainland Asia (yes siberia is huge), im using your overlays as a base and when adding new rivers checking them from 3-4 sources so i takes some time, i hope to finish rest of the world in 2-3 weeks time, check them with regional maps to see if they need some fine tuning. After that im planning to send them to you, if you want to add something or correct something you see.
     
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  11. endy776 Well-Known Member

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    You're working on rivers? Can you do some work on the Q-bam rivers map? In which case please stop by here.
     
  12. Valdore Javorsky That Guy with that "The Lilith Parallax" magic TL

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    Is there a sorta "prerelease" for the stuff you've been doing in russia and asia (especially in european russia)? I would really appreciate that since I need especially Eastern Europe
     
  13. Thanosaekk Well-Known Member

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    East Asia-Pacific.png
    Hi, I made this 2K-BAM map of East Asia and the Pacific in December 6, 1941 for another project of mine. I might later expand this into a full world map, but for now I would like to hear some constructive criticism and if I have made any mistakes. Please note that several borders were drawn manually without any reference maps, so they may be slightly inaccurate.

    P.S. Does anyone have good sources on the administrative divisions of the Dutch East Indies? I couldn't find any so I used the subdivisions from other maps like the WorldA.
     
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  14. kollar330 New Member

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    Duchy of Oldenburg in 1788
     

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  15. kollar330 New Member

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    I have done some work on Central Europe in 1855 and France in 1788 maps. I kept the original borders for easier orientation and the historical ones are in blue. The red/orange borders/spots are spots that haven't done or checked. The light blue one in Bukovina is a river. I came across an issue with tiny states and borders. For example the panhandle in Bavaria, the resolution doesn't allow me to draw it accurately in the right spot, so it's left unfinished. And as I've stumbled over more of these places I gave up on finishing the maps. But I wanted to share them with you, in case someone would want to use them for their own work.

    The 1855 one is mostly done, the only major unfinished things are Prussia's eastern and internal borders, Principality of Transylvania and Austrian military frontier + few unchecked spots. I have tweaked some borders here and there, from the top of my head the borders of Krakow, Galicia-Lodomeria, Bohemia-Moravia, southern borders of Austria and some borders in Germany. There were also minor mistakes in coastlines of Montenegro and Po river delta when I was checking borders with satellite google maps, so that's fixed too.

    The map of France in 1788 is 40-50% done. Each province has its own color except the ones completely in the grey zones. The historical borders should go loosely through the light grey areas. The borders are based on maps made by user Poulpy and uploaded on wikimedia commons and wikipedia.

    central europe 1855.png france 1788.png
     
  16. endy776 Well-Known Member

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    Someone should remake the borderpool but on this projection.
     
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