I've been spending some of my weekend making some Royalist Flags in Photoshop , I was hoping that some of the wise, upstanding and knowledgeable members of the forum would be able to tell me if there are any corrections that need to be made.
I'm travelling the next couple of days - so please keep these up so that I can look at them and download what I am sure is fantastic work!
There can be no doubt that the success of the attack on and stand against the enemy at St. Lambert sur Dives can largely be attributed to this officer’s coolness ... London Gazette, no.36812, 27 November 1944
“conscribe te militem in legionibus. pervagare orbem terrarium. inveni terras externas. cognosce miros peregrines. eviscera eos” ̴ “Join the legions, see the world, travel to foreign parts, meet interesting and exotic people, and disembowel them.”
Correus wrote:Those look GREAT! Are you going to make more?
Thanks. I'm definitely making more probably a new batch every weekend or two, and tweaking these - I'm not sure if it's my printer, but the blue's on Stradling's and Gerard's colours came out almost the same.
And I think I need to test the jpg file to make sure it prints to the correct size (if I'm going to provide a resource, even a free one, I want it to be right).
They look ace! With the silk effect the only difference to my Flags of War colours I can identify is that the edges of the flame motif are crisper. I am stunned and take my hat off, Sir. Can you do Rupert's Blewcoats, please!!!????