[Clipart] antique clip art site

ryan lerch ryanlerch at gmail.com
Mon Feb 26 12:07:37 PST 2007

i agree with nicu, i had a look at these images, and the res that they
are at, and they way they are drawn, they cannot be auto traced to
easily, and IMO, the olny thing they would be good for is as nicu
said, as inspiration for a entirely new piece...

on theother hand, i found http://kamsart.com/ which has bunches of
WMF's that it says is in the public domain. - i am currently working
on a litttle script just for this site to extract these, and convert
them to SVg with inkscape...



On 2/27/07, Jeremy C. Reed <reed at reedmedia.net> wrote:
> On Sun, 25 Feb 2007, Jon Phillips wrote:
> > Can we use these and convert them?
> >
> > http://antiqueclipart.com
> The images don't appear to mention where they were scanned from. I assume
> this was done honestly and in good faith.
> But it would be nice to have openclipart have clipart that can be
> trackable (for example the accidently bad licensed image I used and now we
> can't find the submitter) and have credits.
> The openclipart webpage should point to this "public domain" gallery
> though. The images look useful to me.
>   Jeremy C. Reed
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