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I previously posted my attempt at making flags for my Imperial protectorates, some of which worked, some of which didn’t. I can’t say that my skills with the GIMP2 program have particularly improved, but I do have a few more … Continue reading
I hesitate a bit with this post because I’m not sure if it would constitute spoilers for book 2, so I think I’ll just show the images with a little bit of commentary, not the usual chunks of history and … Continue reading
Book 2 features the protectorate of Amandon as one of its settings, though since Cob is constitutionally incapable of actually going into a city, it spends more time as backdrop. Nevertheless, it has its details like all of the other … Continue reading
Another week, another look at the dysfunctional kingdoms, city-states and protectorates of the northern continent. Today we have Wyndon, the second protectorate to be actually visited in the series — as opposed to being seen in flashbacks and dreams.
Erica asked me to do Riddian next, but I had to veto that — we don’t see the province of Riddian until Book 3, whereas we start Book 1 in the city-states of Illane. And I actually have a map … Continue reading
Next in our clean-up-my-image-folders culture series: the homeland of Our Brick-Headed Hero, Cobrin, even though he hasn’t lived there in a (comparatively) long time.
I have small stockpiles of images collected from various places on the web that I use as references for my cultures’ looks. Since I’m starting to composite some of the pics for my artist friend to look over, I figured … Continue reading
Fellow blogger Buffy was just squeeing over how much she likes flags, so I started thinking about my territories’ flags… I’ve always had some notes on them, but only ever made one of them while I was playing as it … Continue reading
Since yesterday was my birthday (yay me!) I have decided to take today to talk briefly about birthdays and other age-related issues on Halci.