Scottish Clipart

Richard L. Walker

Message 18871 · 9 Oct 1999 02:19:34 · Variable-width font · Whole thread

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Nice clip-art but no dancers. I find it interesting that when almost anyone
has Celtic clip-art, it is knot work or fonts -- but no people.

-----Original Message-----
From: John Cahill [mailto:xxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxx.xxx]
Don't know if this is what you had in mind but try:
http://www.aon-celtic.com/cfreewareclipart.html

Ian Brockbank wrote:
> I seem to remember a while ago someone recommended a web site or web
> sites for Scottish clip-art. Can anyone remember what and where?
> Can anyone recommend any other sites? I've had a request from
> Allistair Brennan:
>
> > Have been searching without success for scottish pictures,clipart
> > dancers etc. I found one picture of two pipers from Canada and
> > thats about it!
> >
> > If someone could start a web page with all things very tackily
> > scottish - I'm sure it would be appreciated by all amateur poster/
> > ticket makers volunteered for the job by spouses etc.
> >
> > Email: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxx.xxx

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A Django site.