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    2020-05-03

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  • SVG file question
    Newer cricut user here, so I’m far from an expert but I’ve found https://freesvg.org to have the best free selection of all the sites I’ve tried so far. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Recommendations for sites with TRULY free hi-res graphics and images?
    Contextually, what you're doing is fine. You're making personal-use invites for a kid's birthday party so I think it's admirable you're hoping for some casual free resources for use. Generally speaking, you're going to likely be looking for each source on a case-by-case basis because there isn't a single go-to large repository of commercial-quality, diverse free libraries of content. Some get close but they won't... Source: over 1 year ago
  • Itch.io game jams are one of my favorite parts about the hobby, and they could be yours too!
    Freesvg.org and Vecteezy for illustrations/clip art. The cover of Project BRKN-Shackle uses two versions of the same “spy” graphic, and I then modified it/shifted the colors. I did even less work on Playdate Peril’s cover, just combining a couple illustrations. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Websites with free CorelDraw vector graphics
    Not CorelDraw, but I think you can use this site for free SVG's. https://freesvg.org/. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • custom icons
    What you need is svg files, you can edit them using inkscape, which is free: https://inkscape.org/ There are lots of free public domain svgs here: https://freesvg.org/. Source: about 2 years ago
  • How to use images from other sources?
    You're much better off either creating them yourselves, or using sources such as unsplash.com, where the photographers have voluntarily donated the images to the public domain. If you want a vector image, there's also freesvg.org, though sites that massive sometimes have a problem with people uploading things that aren't really theirs to give away. I really don't know how prevalent that is on freesvg. Source: over 2 years ago

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