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    Freelance or Bust thodya's Avatar
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    Western-style graphics/icons?

    Does anyone know where I might find a set of western-style flowery graphics and icons like on this site? http://www.jimmymcgrathphoto.com/ (in fact the same kinds of graphics are used in most of Juxt's work.

    Another site with similar graphics: http://www.happykreg.com/ (under the company name, above the about link, etc.)

    I'm hoping there are a few fonts that would have these symbols, or a collection of vector artwork. Anyone know?

    Thanks

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    a search at dafont revealed this. maybe you find something there. can't be bothered to search through those.

    http://www.dafont.com/theme.php?cat=106

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    Yeah, I found those (great site).

    Fonts aren't really the problem though, I'm looking for those little flowery graphics. haha I don't know what to call them which is what's making it so difficult to search for them. They basically look like stuff you might see on a wrought iron fence or something. Paisley almost...

    I bet there's a tutorial out there somewhere on how to make that style of graphic too, I'm just not sure what they're called in order to search for it.

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    those are called dingbats. in dafont there's no western dingbats, except for two that deal with funny illustrations.

    my advice: google western dingbats and see what you can find. also search for western movies captures and copy and trace those symbols.

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    Well, these aren't free ... but these collections have saved me a few times in the past. Look in the Design elements collection, they should have what you're looking for. I believe you can download just a portion of the cd as well, or single graphics for like $10.

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