Re: popular swirl...
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- Subject: Re: popular swirl...
- From: Henning Makholm <email@example.com>
- Date: 01 Jan 2004 22:32:23 +0000
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Scripsit Scott James Remnant <email@example.com>
> (Remember, we've seen a version of our swirl used that would have to
> have been unrolled and rolled up a different way -- this continues to
> suggest to me that there's a website of swirls somewhere by one designer
> available for use; and ours comes from that.)
Perhaps not a website of ready-made swirls, but it is possible that
both designers have imported the same vector clipart of a *straight*
sloppy brush stroke into some composition program and independently
twisted it into swirls.
Henning Makholm "Punctuation, is? fun!"