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A little context for this: I recently discovered a page detailing the Solunamoric Alignment System while I was helping with dead-end pages. I found the ideas very interesting and I decided I wanted to try and make flags for all of the terms included on the page. I think most turned out pretty well, but I'm not too sure about the clouded versions. I would love feedback on them!

All the flags have some similar design elements, so I'll explain those here. The top of the flag has a grayscale color meant to match the time of day the term is named after. Each flag has yellow as the second stripe and green as the last stripe, used to represent xenogender and xenic people, as that who the original creator designed these terms for (although xe states that they can be used by anyone.) I made some of the colors more pastel than they are in their origin flag, but that is just for aesthetic reasons.

Solunamoric Alignment System Flag.png

Solunamoric Alignment System - Uses all the unique colors from the other flags as well as combining most of the symbols.




Dayamoric Flag.png

Dayamoric - The pink and blue come from the pan flag. The simple sun is used as this is a term described by a larger and less specific time.



Nightamoric flag.png

Nighamoric - The white and dark grey are used to represent genderlessness. The dark grey should technically be black, but that would make the central symbol blend in. The simple moon is used as this is a term described by a larger and less specific time.



Sunriamoric flag.png

Sunriamoric - The two shades of blue are meant to represent men and masculine genders. The half circle in the top half of the sun is meant to mimic the direction of a sun rising.



Sunseamoric flag.png

Sunseamoric - The pink and red are meant to represent women and feminine genders. The half circle in the bottom half of the sun is meant to mimic the direction of a sun setting.



Dawnamoric flag.png

Dawnamoric - The blue represents men and the second grey stripe is based on the cis flag (note: the grey should probably be replace by some other color that represents binary gender. I'm not sure which color to use). The partial circle in the top part of the sun is meant to resemble a sun having mostly risen.



Duskamoric flag.png

Duskamoric - The pink represents women and the second grey stripe is based on the cis flag (note: the grey should probably be replaced by some other color the represents binary gender. I'm not sure which color to use.) The partial circle in the bottom part of the sun is meant to resemble a sun that has mostly gone below the horizon.



Midniamoric flag.png

Midniamoric - The two blues come directly from the nofinsexual flag. The small circle doesn't have any specific meaning, and is instead just meant to distinguish this flag from other moon flags.




Middayamoric flag.png

Middayamoric - The two pinks come directly from the nominsexual flag. The small circle is meant to reference both the sun being bright and the sun being at the top of the sky, two traits connected to midday.



Twiliamoric flag.png

Twiliamoric - The orange and purple both come directly from the xenogender flag. The star is both a reference to the xenogender flag as well as the fact that stars typically start becoming visible around twilight.



Daybreamoric flag.png

Daybreamoric - The purple comes from the common association in flags of purple with gender fluidity. The light grey comes from the genderflux flag. The star is a vague reference to the depictions of daybreak often having very dramatic rays of light.




Afteramoric flag.png

Afteramoric - The blue and red represent male and female respectively. The small circle is meant to be similar to the middayamoric flag, as they are closely related times of day.



Morniamoric flag.png

Morniamoric - The yellow and purple are meant to represent non-binary genders. The small circle is put to the right in reference to the sun rising in the east.



Eveniamoric flag.png

Eveniamoric - The reddish and greenish colors are taken directly from the abrosexual flag. The small circle is meant to be a parallel to the morniamoric flag.



Cloudedtwiliamoric flag.png

Clouded- - Every one of these identities has a clouded version, meant to signify a more flexible or less exclusive orientation. All the the clouded- flags have light blue stripe at the top and bottom (meant to be a sky-like color) and a white cloud around the center to indicate the clouded part. Shown here is the cloudedtwiliamoric flag.

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