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"Modified vector Linux penguin"
by Anja Gerwinski
The original Linux penguin
is a pixel graphic created by Larry Ewing using The GIMP.
It has been vectorized
by Simon Budig and converted into
sketch format by Bernhard Herzog.
This image is a slight modification of Simon's penguin. Essentially, it has a
thinner mouth line to make it look closer to Larry's penguin.
This drawing is copyrighted by Simon Budig and Anja Gerwinski. Redistribution
is free but has to include this README / Copyright
EPS file, 2002
- penguin.eps.gz (105 kB)
sketch format, 2002
- penguin.sk (43 kB)
- I included a drop shadow in the sketch file as a separate layer. Please
note that if you want to use the shadow on any other background besides
white, you have to adjust the color in sketch before you export as
tarball containing the above images plus the readme file
- penguin.tgz (122 kB)
Some programs do not like the way sketch creates gradients in
PostScript, so the penguin's mouth line in the above .eps file
may look strange. Here is the same image but without gradient:
- penguin-nograd.eps.gz (102 kB)
Andrew Jorgensen <firstname.lastname@example.org> created a .wmf file
that can be used in OpenOffice.org. Thanks :-)
- penguin-nograd.wmf.gz (71 kB)
Anja Gerwinski, September 22, 2003