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Started by Shedingtonian, November 17, 2020, 06:02:20 PM

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Shedingtonian

Hello! I name is Miguel, but I prefer being called Shedingtonian or just Shed.

I first learnt about AARoads a couple of years ago and really enjoyed browsing through the web's shield gallery. Now I have decided to join the site in order to gain and share my road knowledge! I have always loved to draw roads and also larger scale, fictional maps, mostly inspired in the USA. I was gifted my first driver's ED book at age 3! I also like to make road signs corresponding to my maps.

I hope to fit in with the other members of the site, even if I can't be online too much. Although, I would like to ask why my profile picture is not uploading properly. Does it also need to be verified by a moderator? I have been trying for an hour to no avail! :confused:

Anyhow, thank you for reading through this. I hope we meet again soon!
Fictional maps, road signs, video game projects... Visit Shedingtonian's Virtual Dump,
and read the blog to keep up to date with what's going on with me.

And yes, I'm still studying civil engineering.


Alps

Welcome! The avatar has to meet certain size restrictions. That may be the issue.

hotdogPi

Welcome from Massachusetts!
Clinched

Traveled, plus 13, 44, and 50, and several state routes

New:
I-189 clinched
US 7, VT 2A, 11, 15,  17, 73, 103, 116, 125, NH 123 traveled

Shedingtonian

Quote from: 1 on November 17, 2020, 06:13:27 PM
Welcome from Massachusetts!
Hello, and thank you!

Quote from: Alps on November 17, 2020, 06:10:25 PM
Welcome! The avatar has to meet certain size restrictions. That may be the issue.
Could you tell me what these restrictions are? The image I'm trying to use is 100 pixels squared.
Fictional maps, road signs, video game projects... Visit Shedingtonian's Virtual Dump,
and read the blog to keep up to date with what's going on with me.

And yes, I'm still studying civil engineering.

hotdogPi

Clinched

Traveled, plus 13, 44, and 50, and several state routes

New:
I-189 clinched
US 7, VT 2A, 11, 15,  17, 73, 103, 116, 125, NH 123 traveled

Shedingtonian

Thanks for your help, finally it works!  :D
Fictional maps, road signs, video game projects... Visit Shedingtonian's Virtual Dump,
and read the blog to keep up to date with what's going on with me.

And yes, I'm still studying civil engineering.

mrsman

Quote from: Shedingtonian on November 17, 2020, 06:31:58 PM
Thanks for your help, finally it works!  :D

The avatar is nice.  Is it a representation of a real highway shield?  Which state or country?  [It is like Colorado's, but different.]

Shedingtonian

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Quote from: mrsman on November 18, 2020, 06:53:03 AM
Quote from: Shedingtonian on November 17, 2020, 06:31:58 PM
Thanks for your help, finally it works!  :D

The avatar is nice.  Is it a representation of a real highway shield?  Which state or country?  [It is like Colorado's, but different.]
It is the highway shield of my own, fictional state called Shedington. I indeed make it similar to CO's on purpose.
Staying on topic, where would I be able to post information about it? I see the fictional highways thread the most fitting, but I want to make sure.
Fictional maps, road signs, video game projects... Visit Shedingtonian's Virtual Dump,
and read the blog to keep up to date with what's going on with me.

And yes, I'm still studying civil engineering.

M3100


ozarkman417

Welcome from Southwest Missouri!

Of the top of my head, I can think of one other person from Spain on the forum.

CNGL-Leudimin

¡Bienvenido! No eres el único español por aquí, yo también lo soy.

(English, as required here: Welcome! You aren't the only spaniard here, I am as well)
Supporter of the construction of several running gags, including I-366 with a speed limit of 85 mph (137 km/h) and the Hypotenuse.

Please note that I may mention "invalid" FM channels, i.e. ending in an even number or down to 87.5. These are valid in Europe.

kphoger

Ni eres tampoco el único hispanoparlante.   :)

Welcome to the forum.
Keep right except to pass.  Yes.  You.
Visit scenic Orleans County, NY!
Male pronouns, please.

Quote from: Philip K. DickIf you can control the meaning of words, you can control the people who must use them.

danzarblx

Hey bud! Glad to see you joined.
"Studying New Jersey's roads, one click at a time."

Roadgeekteen

God-emperor of Alanland, king of all the goats and goat-like creatures

Current Interstate map I am making:

https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/edit?hl=en&mid=1PEDVyNb1skhnkPkgXi8JMaaudM2zI-Y&ll=29.05778059819179%2C-82.48856825&z=5



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