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How to Make /int/-Style Flags Like a Pro Anonymous Refugee 11/03/2019 (Sun) 23:06:14 No. 645 [Reply] [Last]
Made this thread on old /ref/, but that's gone now, so I figured it was time to go for it again on here. I've made most of the flags on this chan that use the /int/-style beveled/shiny effect, be it on /leftypol/, /GET/, or /ref/ and I'd like to share how I do it. Maybe there's simpler ways to do it, but I prefer this method as they end up more authentic to the original flags than other methods I've seen.

You will need the following:
-The flag you want to convert
-Base coloured flags (will post them ITT)
-An image editing software that isn't Microsoft Paint (I personally use Paint.NET and will be using it for this tutorial)

So to start off, we have solid-coloured flags that I put together from parts of other /int/ flags (except for the green one, which is simply the former flag of Libya). There's black, white, red, yellow, and green variants, which should be more than enough. For this tutorial I will be remaking the United Nations flag that's already on here. Don't know if it will be the same colours as the one I made before, but it should be close enough.

Pic 1 - First what you want to do is grab the image of the flag you want off the internet. Wikipedia usually works best for this as you can get the images in high resolution and usually based on the standard design. Once you have your flag, put it into your image editing software.

Pic 2 - Resize your image to 1600x1100. These /int/-style flags are 16x11, so you're going to want a clean multiple of that to work with. Theoretically 160x110 could also work, but this is what I use.

Pic 3 - Crop and edit if needed. Flags almost never resize perfectly if you keep the dimensions the same. You'll end up with a little more on one side, so crop off any excess. Plain tricolours and some other flags usually don't need to be cropped as resizing them without keeping the dimensions the same will give you the same result. But in this case, we're cropping off some negligible pixels from the side. Editing isn't needed in this flag, though you may want to make certain parts of some flags larger so they actually appear on the finished project when scaled down. Some things may need to be simplified, such as cutting down on a large number of stars.
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we need an indian to make a video for this
thanks for the tutorial, will try
Thanks king
>>651 >>650 any alternatives to these templates? a lighting effect looks good but i think this one comes off too strong sometimes and I don't know how to make my own.
>>1704 These are either pieced together from actual /int/ flags with no modifications or actually are flags included in the base /int/ set in the case of the white and green ones. They're as close to the actual ones as you'll get. You can try making edits to get them how you want them, but this thread is for making authentic /int/-style flags, which do have that level of shine.

Anonymous Refugee 10/16/2019 (Wed) 16:26:05 No. 539 [Reply] [Last]
Is Kaban popular with the /ref/ugees?
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>>539
Of course!
It's like they copied Tania a bit. It's nice.
Pic related and Hachikuji are essential /ref/ girls.
>>540
>this pic exists already
Havin PTSD right now. imma bout to lose it right now.
She'd be so hot when grown up.
Is anything after the first season any good? I took a step away from it after the whole Tatsuki drama.
>>556
the old charme is kind of gone and it feels detached, it's a very different story
don't know if i'd call it bad but maybe forgettable and bland
there was some intruige but not enough to keep me watching past half way through
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Name the most reactionary area in your Country Anonymous Refugee 02/14/2020 (Fri) 23:53:11 No. 1316 [Reply] [Last]
I’ll start, Miami. Every Porky, no matter what region, or country they come from, goes and retires in the City.
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>>1316 Most reactionary or most bourgeois? The most reactionary as in susceptible to fascist politics would currently be Ninove (pic related), but it's not a bourgeois neighborhood, it's just a place where demagogues are succesfully tricking the working class. The most bourgeois, perhaps some rich village (Sint-Martens-Latem, Lasne, Hove, De Pinte...) or rich area/suburb of Brussels. Many of our porkies went to live in Switzerland or elsewhere anyways.
>>1336 Such beautiful people
>>1336 >that arm every fucking time
>>1339 Wtf, is that a normal thing?
>>1340 it’s normal for mentally disabled /pol/acks

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Polska - wybory 2020 Anonymous Refugee 02/03/2020 (Mon) 03:22:54 No. 1284 [Reply] [Last]
Czy są tu jakieś polskie anonki? Jak myślicie, warto brać udział w wyborach prezydenckich?

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Anonymous Refugee 08/22/2019 (Thu) 17:28:17 No. 149 [Reply] [Last]
Tu*k is white you guys!!
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>>543
Hair in general is not a human trait
>>538
Clever
>>149 Lmao calling all Pakis and Indians "brown" or even white is so fucking delusional. There are a lot of pathans and kashmiris here, most of whom have a fair skin color. I'm a kashmiri myself. "Pakistanis" are made up of a fuckton of different people lmao, we aren't "white" nor are we "brown". Those are just shit labels made by chuds to classify us into understandable sects.
>>536 That's true though, it might be somewhat more common in certain european ethnic groups, but it is not European the way blonde hair is.
>>1211 >categories have indistinct borders, so they must be invalid! No, you silly liberal.

中华聊 罗小立##sJ13ss 08/28/2019 (Wed) 15:24:36 No. 250 [Reply] [Last]
怎么样啊?
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>>706
I just did
>>590 not chinese, but lots of chinese people online have watched anime and know characters like Hatsune Miku, she has even performed in China recently Also something being "illegal" isn't going to stop them, they still use things like YouTube
我中文的学习,我会说西班牙语,英语,和葡萄牙语。
>>1215 酷炫
新春快樂,同志們!

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Holiday Thread Anonymous Refugee 12/24/2019 (Tue) 12:42:31 No. 1101 [Reply] [Last]
ITT we're sharing local holiday traditions, be it Christmas, Hanukkah, Ramadan, May Day or celebration of independence or revolutions. Beginning with the obvious of the day, Christmas. At this day in many parts of Europe, the Christkind goes around bringing presents to the children rather than Santa Claus. This started out as a Protestant tradition kicked off by Luther, however it got popular with catholics too. In Poland, so i heard, there is the story that animals talk on Christmas Eve to entertain the children. and make them pester their pets with attempts of conversation. Share your peculiar stories of how you're spending your holidays.
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>>1122 Is the baby edible?
>>1157 Nah, it's usually made out of plastic or ceramic. The person who hosts the next party just uses the same baby from the previous year.
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>>1122 Weird, I grew up in Dallas an always associated this with black people and nawlins, not Hispanics. Also the baby was just good luck, not hosting another party.
>>1176 I've never actually heard of black people doing this. Interesting. I know it's a tradition from Spain, so maybe it's borrowed like how they made their own version of the menorah for Kwanzaa.
Might as well since it is tomorrow. Might vary across Chinese diaspora or mainlanders. Anyway every time when the lunar calendar restarts. Chinese celebrate Chinese New Year. It begins on the eve whereby everyone has to come home to eat Reunion Dinner usually with their extended family. If you are married it would be the husband's extended family. Although sometimes they would have a similar dinner before that with the wife's extended family. The next day would be visiting relatives and wishing them happy new year with mandarin oranges, usually with a blessing in advancement in wealth, health or family. In return red packets are usually given in return. They are packets containing money. It is taboo to open in front of the person and no, turning around to open it still counts. The amount of money inside is actually a interesting social game. Too much and you are seen are flexing too hard and spoiling market, so little and people will think you are cheapstake. You also give in relative relationship to the person. A grandparent is going to give their grandchildren far more than a family's child. Hence Red packets are quite personalized to the receiver. The period of celebration 2 weeks. Over here expect pestering relatives, steamboat dinners, a lot of indoor gambling and the police closing one eye on it. A local SEA tradition is Yusheng (3rd pic related), where a collection of vegetables and meat is placed together with sauces and crackers. After some wishes and blessings, the people toss the food into a messy mixture using chopsticks making loud declarations of what they want to happen. The higher you throw, the more likely it is to happen.

Anonymous Refugee 08/25/2019 (Sun) 08:41:53 No. 215 [Reply] [Last]
I heard you guys are willing to make us, /ausneets/, a board of our own.
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Saw how things went down at the /gulag/
Guess this is the /ausneets/ board now comr8 o7
Solidarty lads, would post a wanked poo but I dont think bunkerchan would understand unna
>"Hey kids you want to go to Uni for engineering or some shit? well we'll be sure to make sure you can correctly tell us the subtext found inside this poetry before we let you in!"
t. Australian educashun'
why is it so retarded?
unna

Anonymous Refugee 01/04/2020 (Sat) 19:16:55 No. 1160 [Reply] [Last]
Tengo planes de ser voluntario para el ejército de novorrusia, pero vivo en América del Sur, ¿cómo puedo llegar allí?
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¡¿QUIEN COÑO ME HA ROBADO EL ORGANO?! ME CAGO EN VUESTROS MUERTOS CABRONES SIFILITICOS.
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>>1212 Buff, jaja quien habrá sido tan imbécil como para hacerlo jajajaja
>>1197 ya no estoy interesado en ir ahi
>>1212 que hace la union europea aqui
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>>1217 ¿Pues al final que harás? >>1218 Esta en todas partes

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Anonymous Refugee 01/11/2020 (Sat) 12:20:45 No. 1203 [Reply] [Last]
En la plaza de mi pueblo dijo el jornalero al amo: "nuestros hijos nacerán con el puño levantado". Y esta tierra, que no es mía, esta tierra, que es del amo, la riego con mi sudor, la trabajo con mis manos. Pero dime, compañero, si estas tierras son del amo, ¿por qué nunca le hemos visto trabajando en el arado? Con mi arado abro los surcos con mi arado escribo yo

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It do be like that sometimes

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