anja at 44615166.theo-phys.uni-essen.de
Mon May 21 23:38:15 UTC 2001
Hi Marc and all!
Marc Eberhard wrote on May 21, 2001 at 08:12AM +0100:
> > details is no longer the primary issue. I collected the three versions
> > you already know along with a couple of variations on one of them and
> > links to actual gnu images on the following page:
> ... again, could you please be so kind to number them. Thanks!
> > Please let me know which image you prefer (or combinations of them).
> > I will try to incorporate your preferences into the final version.
> I like the rightmost one of the original logo proposals best. The map in the
> background and the text around look really good.
Just to be sure there is no misunderstanding: The image with map and
Latin motto currently serves as a sample only. Please look at the gnu
sketches only for the moment and tell me which looks most gnu-ish to
you. The final version will have map, drop shadow and motto, too, but
at the moment, I am working on the line art part since this is the
> I wonder, if we could use a
> real picture of Europe from a satellite, similar to the ones on the xplanet
> home page (http://xplanet.sourceforge.net/) instead of the single color map.
Thanks for the info. I'll look into it.
> PS: Which free software program will you use, to create the vector version
> of it? Guess, you're not going to edit a postscript file by hand as I
> usually do it. :-(
I am using xfig and / or sketch with and without autotrace (with and
without pstoedit). Each has have some advantages and disadvantages.
I can tell you afterwards which of them I used mostly.
Kudos to Frank Heckenbach for much appreciated help with autotrace :-)
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