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Concept art for alnas brand Ramadan 2010
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Unused mark for a US healthcare logistics manager.
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The standard of His Imperial Majesty Charles of House Bonaparte, By the Grace of God and the Constitutions of the Republic, Emperor of the Louisianans and of His other Peoples and Territories, Head of la Francophonie.

The honeybee is Louisiana’s state insect – and, as a symbol of the Bonapartes, I decided to add these to the background. The bees themselves were inspired by jewels found in the tomb of the pagan King Childeric I, one of the earliest sovereigns of France. (Of course, the jewels were probably meant to represent cicadas, a symbol of death and resurrection – but Napoleon wanted his bees! Oh well.)

Motto: Union, Justice, Confiance (French)
Lunyon, Jistis, Konfyans (Louisiana Creole)

Current Louisiana Flag: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Fla…
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That's right, chaps. I've submitted TWO non-photographic deviations (yeah, barely) in one day. Remember this, as it'll probably never happen again.

Once again, it looks better in full-view. As a companion to my Abkhaz SSR flag, I've produced a flag for the fictional Ossetia-Alanian Soviet Socialist Republic. Obviously, no such state exists--it's purely a hypothetical, if both Ossetia and Abkhazia had become principal republics following Georgia's succession.

So, this is a proposed flag for a united North-South Ossetian Republic. The republic's name itself would be up to debate--"the Ossetian SSR" or the "Alan SSR" (Alania being an older name for the Ossetia that has recently gained more popularity). A combination of the two (as is used now) would not be very likely, but not out of the question. Some observations on the flag itself:

> The design borrows from that of the Russian SFSR (perhaps justly so, as the North-Ossetian Republic is an autonomous state within the modern Russian federation). The positioning of the Hammer-and-Sickle, shared by all Soviet Republic flags, is shifted slightly to the center however. It is also 2:1, like the Russian SFSR flag.
> The current Ossetian flag is a white-red-yellow tricolor. I was considered reproducing that along the left side, however, it occurred to me that even if I was going to remain stringently in the plausible, I should still try and be creative. The Ossetian Coat of Arms features the the mountains and valleys the region is famous for, and I tried to incorporate them into the flag, while making it stand out from other Soviet flags accordingly. I don't really know if it worked, however.
> Once again, I used the darker red featured in the flags of the Russian SFSR, Ukrainian SSR, Kazakh SSR, and Tajik SSR rather than the lighter red used by the flags of the Georgian SSR, Latvian SSR, and Lithuanian SSR. This is both a matter of personal choice, as well as part of a fictional scenario--by the time this flag was adopted, those three states had already succeeded from the USSR, thus encouraging the use of a darker red (though I don't think this would have meant a change in the remaining republics who used lighter red).

Anyway, as with the other flag, I'm going to avoid all matters of the South Ossetian War and the like. If you have your opinions, fine, so do I, and we're all going to keep them to ourselves. The only exception would be from an actual Ossetian, who if by some slim chance actually saw this, is welcome to flat out tell me it sucks or is horrible non-Ossetian.
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Tirtouga (whichever you choose) sprite from Pokemon Black/White
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Finally a redo of my early and terrible flag for the asteroid Vesta.
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Alternate flag for a German Ostkantone: In an ATL where the eastern part of Belgium get annexed by a surviving Kaiserreich.
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An alternate design for an Alaska which in an alternate history still would be Russian.

This design won a flag designing challenge on Alternatehistory.com.
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SEKHMET

Egyptian goddess of war and healing.
The symbol above contains of five elements:


O - THE CIRCLE
The Circle, in which the entire inner part is located, is the symbol of aton (the solar disk) that Sekhmet bears together with Uraeus (the cobra crown). She's solar deity because she's the daughter of Ra, the god of the sun. In many cultures circle represents the sun directly.

♌ - THE ASTROLOGICAL SIGN OF LEO (THE LION)
Sekhmet is a woman with the head of a lioness. This sign is merged into the ankh.

☥ - THE ANKH
Egyptian hieroglyphic symbol of eternal life, also known as the key of life and the key of the Nile. Sekhmet is portrayed bearing the ankh by its loop in her hand.

➙ - THE ARROW
Horizontal bar of the ankh is transformed into an arrow, the symbol of war.

↡ - THE RATTLE
At the end of the vertical bar of the ankh the rattle is located. The rattle comes from a rattlesnake that bears one at the end of its tale. Here, this is just a symbol of a snake. Firstly, because of Uraeus being borne by Sekhmet together with the solar disk. Secondly, snake is also a symbol of medicine (commonly known symbol called asklepian - the rod of Asclepius - contains a snake in it).


I hope You like my version of a symbol of my favourite Egyptian goddess!


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This piece of art may not be reproduced, copied, published, edited, transmitted or uploaded in any way without my written permission.
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