Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Tomislav Addai, Jul 13, 2019.
Macaronesia, Central America, Caribbean, Brazil. Working hard on the rest of the world!
I have put together the bits and pieces, here we have it. (Although I personally would divide Western Sahara into Hassaniya and Morroccan Arabic culture. Whatever).
Western Sahara is influenced by Spanish culture, Morocco and Mauretania are influenced by French culture.
I calculated time, factored constraints, and realized I was unable to finish this project alone. I request it be left to you.
Hopefully you can get it done quicker than me...
I just keep wondering why do we lose progress every now and then...
The truth is I do appreciate working on this with you, but my computer keeps turning off at random times, not saving my work and deleting everything that I did. It's too hard to start over. I can't do it anymore, having my computer freeze at random times forcing me to lose all of my hard work. Please if you could do it, I would totally appreciate you.
When will this project be finished, just wondering?
As soon as the weather is ugly over here.
No lik the project offers quite a lot of opportunities.
I will be working on the Political M-Bam instead.
You finished yet?
Not at all. I am going to add stuff to my own TL, and I may concern concentrate on the Religious and perhaps linguistic maps. What remains is Oceania (this can be done by someone from Australia)
Oh you finished Indonesia and Philippines right? Very good. Oceania is really easy, just a bunch of small islands. Maybe we can do a 1915 cultural map?
P. S. Finished North Macedonia on the Political M-Bam.
So literally everything is finished but Indonesia, Philippines, East Timor, Papua New Guinea, and Australia.
I ve put together almost everything... apart from todays progress in Oceania.
and southern hemispehre
For New Guinea and Australia, based on the assumption that there are numerous unrelated indigenous people groups, I might as well use a different color for every aboriginal sector.
I think that is it. All missing pieces of the puzzle have been put together.
I mentioned the dates above we could use for religion/linguistic/cultural maps. What other types of thematic maps do you suggest?
@Tomislav Addai I've been waiting for a while, would you mind adding Oceania to the final draft?
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