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Tell yer boss:
Ya get what ya pay for!!! Tell him/her to give you a couple of hours and
a hundred bucks so you can go to yer local CompUSA or some such
establishment a BUY one of those 100,000 image clipart collections. If
you don't have that much time, you'll never find it free on the web in
the time you don't have either. What you buy will have dozens of
non-cartoony professional clip art images. It might even have a few
photo-like images. You know how it goes: Good, cheap, ontime -- pick two.
Technical Documentation Specialist
I need to create a brochure within the next couple of days. The boss
non "cartoony", professional clip art (preferably photo-like). Since this
a rush job, I don't have time to buy any clip art software (read: FREE
art!). I am particularly interested in images of computers, faxes,
looked in the archives but most suggestions were either for clip art you
to pay for, or the art looked too "cartoony" when I checked it out. If
know of any sites PLEASE help.