| 11:03 pm on Jun 2, 2002 (gmt 0)|
This [ausmall.com.au] is one of my favorite sites for free graphics and icons. I'm sure you can find something useful there.
| 11:09 pm on Jun 2, 2002 (gmt 0)|
I'd consider investing in a standard clip art CD collection. When I have to find a small, generic looking image and I'm not in the mood to draw one, I almost always pull out my Art Explosion clip art catalogue, and see if I've got a good image on that...
There are quite a few large clip art collections availabe from various companies.
It's worth the $$ in saved frustration, IMO. ;)
| 11:17 pm on Jun 2, 2002 (gmt 0)|
Oh absolutely, I will gladly pay... But where do you order it? I know where to get stock photographs, I just dont know where to order icons..
I'm looking for artexplosion.com. Is that where you got your stuff??
| 11:33 pm on Jun 2, 2002 (gmt 0)|
It's a boxed set of CDs with a big printed catalogue... My boyfriend bought it for my birthday a few years ago at the local Apple Store in Oregon.
You could go to any standard software/computer dealer site like pcmall.com or somewhere like that and search for "royalty free" or "clip art" and you should find a few different packages.
(Art Explosion 200,000 is the one I've got... the 600,000 set hadn't come out yet. ;) )
| 6:29 pm on Jun 4, 2002 (gmt 0)|
Hire yourself a fulltime graphics person to do some work for you oR, I personally like the Macintosh icon sites, if your looking for the bigger ones try Xicons - contact those graphic people, they customize in small icons and can do you some real nice ones. Another good place to check is iconfactory.