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karkess

Building my library

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I can only assume that those who've been doing this for years have a huge library of vector graphics.  Is it best to buy a set from USCutter or someplace else?  Or just grab what you need one at a time?  How do you stay cutting edge?  Like those stick figures everyone has, there are a million different ones out there, who makes those?  Where did you get yours?  Obviously I have a lot to learn and my cutter should be here early this week and I am snagging freebies as much as possible, and some are just garbage that my recycle bin doesn't even want.

 

Thanks in advance

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One suggestion now that you are starting your library is to organize now while you don't have that many.  Come up with a system, it will make it easier to find the one you need.

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The best quality set of stick figure clip art I've found is at http://www.myvinyldesigner.com/

 

They sell a lot of other designs, too.

 

The best deal on clip art I have found is available from this vendor on ebay - http://www.ebay.com/sch/grafxuwant/m.html?item=321211791573&pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item4ac9b6f8d5&_sop=16&LH_Auction=1

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http://support.uscutter.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/GetAttachment/190/24198

 

There is a built-in LIBRARY of useful items within the SBE program.

Not a week goes by without me going into the Draw menu and choosing some little accent graphic from that Library.

 

Separators, Templates, Scrolls, Hand Pointers, Arrows, Ampersands, Sports, Skull&Crossbones (in Signs/Safety Signs/Chemical Hazard), Logos and Trademarks, etc etc etc.

 

As a sign-maker, I realize the importance of sometimes having a visual element to add to the words & message.

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I have several cds from us cutter, sign warehouse and ebay that i just leave on cd and down load as needed. My first cd before i bought my cutter was off ebay with flags, stars and stripes.

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