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Re: A&A Global Map

Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2011 12:53 am
by Dave
Here is a picture of Europe. Since this is where the two Europe map panels met, I took the liberty of centering some of the text.

Re: A&A Global Map

Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2011 12:56 am
by Dave
Sea Zone 128 appears for the first time!!!

Re: A&A Global Map

Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2011 1:00 am
by Dave
I corrected both borders for sea zone 6. They now properly meet at Korea/Amur and at Korea/Manchuria.

Re: A&A Global Map

Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2011 8:01 am
by Craig A Yope
This reminds me of my cutting up a Revised board early on and trying to scan it.

Dealing with the "valleys" was a pain when cleaning up the image, but I was also just using Paint.

I should get you to do an alternate version for me to fit the separate power UK India idea that I have proposed. Placing of the Union Jack roundel image on a bunch of the UK Pacific territories and also giving control of a few of the islands to the ANZAC.

Good work!

Re: A&A Global Map

Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2011 9:44 am
by Dave
Craig A Yope wrote:This reminds me of my cutting up a Revised board early on and trying to scan it.

Dealing with the "valleys" was a pain when cleaning up the image, but I was also just using Paint.

I should get you to do an alternate version for me to fit the separate power UK India idea that I have proposed. Placing of the Union Jack roundel image on a bunch of the UK Pacific territories and also giving control of a few of the islands to the ANZAC.

Good work!
Thank you for the complement. However, I will not be able to help you on your alternate map. I did all of this with a trial version of Photoshop which has since expired.

Dave

Re: A&A Global Map

Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2011 9:57 am
by bradley8118
very nice work Dave, I imagine that was more then a few hours of fun.

Re: A&A Global Map

Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2011 11:05 am
by Dave
bradley8118 wrote:very nice work Dave, I imagine that was more then a few hours of fun.
Yea, that is one way to say it. It was about seven weeks to get it cut up, scanned, and put back together with Photoshop. Then a few more before I had it printed. Lots and lots of late nights after the kids went to bed in order for me to do this. Not fun, but I am definitely enjoying it now. :D

Re: A&A Global Map

Posted: Thu Apr 21, 2011 1:48 pm
by Craig A Yope
Dave wrote:
bradley8118 wrote:very nice work Dave, I imagine that was more then a few hours of fun.
Yea, that is one way to say it. It was about seven weeks to get it cut up, scanned, and put back together with Photoshop. Then a few more before I had it printed. Lots and lots of late nights after the kids went to bed in order for me to do this. Not fun, but I am definitely enjoying it now. :D
That blurry-eyed look the next morning that the wife gives you hell about! :wink:

"How late did you stay up last night on the computer? More stuff for that game? How many times are you going to refight that war?" :roll:

It's all good now! :mrgreen: