From: David Bellot <bellot@st...> - 2004-06-16 18:50:08
I made a complete set of playing cards in SVG (partly with Inkscape). It
is released under LGPL and features all numbered cards, characters,
jokers and a set of 14 backs of cards.
> I made a complete set of playing cards in SVG (partly with Inkscape).
They are very nice and professional.
There's a small issue with a few of them, however: if opened with
Inkscape (I'm using "Inkscape 0.39cvs (Jun 13 2004)" right now),
the overlapping diamonds, clubs, etc. (?) at the top left corner
are rendered incorrectly. See the attached PNG. A few files that
show this behavior: king_of_diamonds.en, queen_of_clubs.fr,
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On Wed, 16 Jun 2004, David Bellot wrote:
> I made a complete set of playing cards in SVG (partly with Inkscape). It
> is released under LGPL and features all numbered cards, characters,
> jokers and a set of 14 backs of cards.
> URL: http://david.bellot.free.fr
On your page, could you link to http://www.inkscape.org instead of
inkscape.sourceforge.net? I think that'd be a better link for
interested folks than the SF page.
Also, would you have any interest in contributing these to the Open Clip
Art Library? There have been some submissions of raster decks of cards,
but none yet in SVG, and certainly none as well done as yours. The one
requirement you'd want to consider is that it requires the work be
covered as Public Domain (see the CreativeCommons website for details).