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Where to buy this image?

Discussion in 'Clipart, Vehicle Templates and Digital Files' started by GoodPeopleFlags, Apr 13, 2011.

  1. GoodPeopleFlags

    GoodPeopleFlags Very Active Member

    Anyone know where I can purchase this? The customer said she got it off a "free" clipart website but can't remember the link.

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  2. housemusikid

    housemusikid Member

    Mar 2, 2011
    I am so sorry I cannot help you.

    I have googled everything I could think of...clipart dog waiter, black and white dog clipart, free clipart...you get the message.
  3. Bigdawg

    Bigdawg Just Me

    Jun 8, 2005
    Sunny Florida
    betting her "link" was google images...
  4. signcrafters london

    signcrafters london Very Active Member

    May 22, 2010
    London KY
  5. Jon Aston

    Jon Aston Very Active Member

    Mar 4, 2004
    Try giving TinEye a whirl.
  6. GoodPeopleFlags

    GoodPeopleFlags Very Active Member

    Stacy, that's what I'm thinking, too. I've asked her several times for the website and first she said the info was at home and now she can't remember it and didn't save it. First, tho, I asked her to go back to the website and purchase the vector version. Now she says it was a free site and this is the only one they have.

    I've googled the heck out of it, too, and I can't find it anywhere either. Signcrafters - to me, that image looks like they started with the one I put up and added the turkey on the plate.

    I guess I'll send this over to Vector Dr. I can do it but I don't have the time or motivation.
  7. bob

    bob Major Contributor

    Nov 4, 2005
    I saved the image, imported it into Corel Draw, changed the mode to black and white line art, and used Corel's trace. Took maybe 20 seconds and the results are as close to identical with the original as any normal human could hope for.
  8. GoodPeopleFlags

    GoodPeopleFlags Very Active Member

    That's great, Bob! Now you'll have it if you ever need it. And if that need does arise, let me know and I'll send you the better version that Vector Dr. is sending me.

    As a (somewhat) normal human, I expected better quality than my Illustrator Live Trace could do. Maybe Corel is better at it.