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Old 02-10-2011, 04:49 PM
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Originally Posted by TriggerHappyNDB View Post
So the ideas floating around in here seem to suggest two different designs, which ultimately share the idea of an upper guild banner and a lower city banner. I refer you to the following ASCII diagrams.

Code:
Stacked Standards Design [echang]

___________||___________
|		       |
|		       |
|     Guild Banner     |
|		       |
|		       |
\          /\          /
 \        /||\        /
  \______/ || \______/
___________||___________
|		       |
|		       |
|		       |
|		       |
|      City Banner     |
|		       |
|		       |
|		       |
|		       |
\______________________/
	   ||
	   ||
	   ||
Code:
Topside Flow Design [swedishviking]
			     __________________
	   ||_______________/___	       \
	   ||	 	        \		>
	   ||	Guild Banner	|______________/
	   ||	 		|
	   ||__________________/
	   ||
___________||____________
|			|
|			|
|			|
|			|
|      City Banner	|
|			|
|			|
|			|
|			|
\_______________________/
	   ||
	   ||
	   ||
Am I kind of getting the jist here? You'll have to forgive whatever minor flourishes I may have added that may or may not be in the original concepts.
Both have their issues, 1) the first idea has the issue of size...how big/small should the banners be to be able to see both clearly...if the banners turn out to be massive in relation to the troops then might be a little strange to look at...course if the banners are too small then designs on the banners are useless, 2) the second idea (my idea), is less of an issue of size, but more to do with ability to put designs on the smaller one since it is more compact...

that being said, in either case the flags could theoretically interchangeable between guild and personal....it is just a matter of realism vs design constraint
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