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Map and Flag Art CDroms

Posted on 1999-01-11
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Hello Fellow Artists,

I have a quick question as to where I can find some cd-roms which contain some photoshop world map art and
maybe some photoshop flag art.

I am specifically looking for maps created in photoshop (whether it be relief maps,etc..) but also these photoshop
maps should contain layers (for example, one layer would be the map itself, one layer of the maps coloration, one
layer of relief, etc) so that I can actually have some control over the way the map looks in size and color, etc.
Would you know of where I can actually purchase this product or any recommendations? Also, any photoshop flag art would be helpful as well.

Please advise me with any helpful suggestions.
Thanks sooo much.

   Julie
   Covington-Hill
   cov-hill@istar.ca

P.S. I am working on the Macintosh
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Question by:juliuscrassus
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by:Yung
ID: 1115896
try
1. www.digitalstock.com
2  www.photodisc.com
maybe they got something
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by:juliuscrassus
ID: 1115897
hello yung, sorry these websites only contain stock image photos/art. i am looking for "editable" maps (and flags). i think i may have found what i am looking for at www.map-art.com, terrain maps. But if anyone else has any other suggestions, feel free to contact me.
Also, the address you gave me for www.digitalstock.com has now changed to www.corbisimages.com  ...just for your own info.
Thanks anyways.
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ninodiesel earned 50 total points
ID: 1115898
I can get you a flag photos in layers. Which flags you need.
Mail me at nino.diesel@intmar.si
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