[Clipart] Where can I share my portraits?
ms at ms.lt
ms at ms.lt
Wed Jan 12 14:29:15 PST 2011
Hi, what do you mean by "converting to SVG"?
I did use Inkscape to save one (or I imagine, package them) as SVG.
It's the image that I use for my profile:
But an administrator hid it because, if I understood correctly, it's
not a scalable vector graphic image.
Yes, I would convert them to SVG and share them.
Also thank you for the reply about deviantart.com
Quoting chovynz <chovynz at gmail.com>:
> Hi Andrius
> You are correct in that OCAL accepts only svg. OCAL has recently
> switched to CC0, so it will be up to you if you want to submit the
> drawings to OCAL (under CC0).
> Would you consider drawing them up or scanning a photo of each one
> into Inkscape or some other program and converting them to svg? Then
> OCAL could accept them. Paintings are often tricky to convert, but it
> can be done.
> I think there are people that would be interested. Support (in terms
> of fiscial or encouragement) usually comes later, after you continue
> and start running into difficulties.
> On 1/13/11, ms at ms.lt <ms at ms.lt> wrote:
>> I'm drawing lots of portraits with oil pastels, for example:
>> How and where might I share them in the Public Domain, copyright-free?
>> I understand that Open Clipart only accepts SVG drawings.
>> I think they could be used for cartoons, collages and other projects.
>> I would like to draw "packages" of people from history, current
>> events, expressing various emotions, poses, especially, if there was
>> interest and support.
>> Andrius Kulikauskas
>> ms at ms.lt
>> +1 (773) 306-3807
>> Chicago, Illinois
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