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Dianne Krause

Sprixi - Free images to choose and use! - 1 views

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    Sprixi helps you find an image for a school assignment,for a work presentation,for a blog post,for an instant message,for a tweet.
Dianne Krause

13 Fantastic and Fun Image Generators - 1 views

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    Whether you're artistically inclined or not, sometimes you just need to whip up an illustrative or entertaining image for a blog post or presentation. The tools on this list help you generate respectable graphics in a jiffy - design talent optional! Most of the tools on this list are web-based and as easy to use as filling in a web form. We've added a couple of desktop applications that make visual communication a lot quicker and easier, even for those of us without a ton of graphic design skills.
Dianne Krause

DrPic.com Free Web Picture Editor and Image Host - Crop, Resize, Text - 0 views

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    Edit your photos online for free.
Dianne Krause

The Graffiti Creator - Home Of Graffiti Art - 0 views

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    The Graffiti Creator is a Flash application that allow you to make your own graffiti-styled logotypes and texts. Simply type in a word and hit Enter and out comes a designed font ready for you to convert into beautiful art. Use an array of various tools to enhance your logotype to make it really special and unique.
Dianne Krause

Public Domain Clipart optimized for word processors - 0 views

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    An educational resource that began its life as "AbiClipart" in 2003. The collection is a safe way for children to search for images for use in school projects. Of course, other folks also find plenty of uses for the clip art and photos.
Dianne Krause

All Free Original Clip Art - 30,000 Free Clip Art - 0 views

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    Royalty Free clip art, a whole bunch of it!
Dianne Krause

GIMPshop.com - A GIMP hack by Scott Moschella - 0 views

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    GIMPshop is a modification of the free/open source GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP), intended to replicate the feel of Adobe Photoshop. Its primary purpose is to make users of Photoshop feel comfortable using GIMP.
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