Re: Website for Illustrations

Subject: Re: Website for Illustrations
From: "Ed Wurster" <glassnet -at- gmail -dot- com>
To: lists -at- soph-text -dot- com
Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2006 21:08:44 -0400

Look for opensource DIA. It is like visio, and has libraries of
objects that you can stretch, export as gif, and so on.

Also check out They have a large selection of vector art.

On 4/18/06, Carter Campbell <lists -at- soph-text -dot- com> wrote:
> Does anyone know of a web site or ftp site where I can download generic
> drawings (preferably line drawings or CAD drawings) of computers and
> computer components? I am working on a personal project that will
> require drawings of desktops, laptops, mice, mainboards, hard drives,
> etc., and I would prefer not to try to create them myself (as in all
> things, I have time constraints).

Ed Wurster (Voorhees, NJ)

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