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frog sprite

I am after a frog sprite for a frogger type game I can use royalty free.
As odd as this sounds.
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jagguyAuthor Commented:
here is an example of 1 I found but i cant make it from gimp
frog-3-.png
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FezzlyCommented:
Am I'm not fully aware of what you are trying to find.
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jagguyAuthor Commented:
I am tryimg to find a frog sprite as shown above.
the above is copied so i cant use it.
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FezzlyCommented:
I hope these are what you are looking for!
frogs.png
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jagguyAuthor Commented:
good effort but i need an aerial view like the one i have shown.
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Bobaran98Commented:
I heartily recommend searching through the stock images available at iStockPhoto.com.  You might spend $10 on an image, but at that point you have royalty-free use of it.  Just a quick search revealed the following, which looks like they'll meet your needs:

http://www.istockphoto.com/stock-illustration-4576081-frogs.php

http://www.istockphoto.com/stock-illustration-106570-tree-frog.php

http://www.istockphoto.com/stock-illustration-3282738-dark-blue-tropical-frog.php

In total, I found about 700 vector image results for frog, so there's plenty to look through.  Hope this helps!
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jagguyAuthor Commented:
ok can i ask you by any chance do you know about copyright when re creating anothers image from scratch. Is this allowed?
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Bobaran98Commented:
The iStockPhoto royalty-free usage terms include changing the image however you desire to meet your needs-- that's what's so beautiful about it.  However, I definitely recommend reading through the iStockPhoto terms yourself; for example, the license grants you "one use" for each image you buy (one use could mean an application or, say, a novel jacket, even if there are a million copies made of that application/novel).
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