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Postby reeffish1073 » Jan 14, 2010 10:00 pm

can anyone send me a file with some of the brush strokes you use, swatches, and symbols?

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Re: Illiustrator brushes etc.

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Postby reeffish1073 » Jan 15, 2010 4:19 pm

Thanks for the help! could use a couple of other slopeing indicator brushes if anyone has any others!

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Re: Illiustrator brushes etc.

Postby Jeff Bartlett » Jan 15, 2010 6:09 pm

You don't want to use a brush for your slopes. Use the line tool.
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Re: Illiustrator brushes etc.

Postby Chris Chenier » Jan 23, 2010 2:21 pm

Here are some links from two Swiss sites with lots of Illustrator libraries. The sites are in French (but you only care about the files, right?), and the symbols used are the international ones (but most are similar if not identical to the NSS symbols).

http://www.speleo.ch/~scmn/topographie.php
http://www.ssslib.ch/new_site/main.php? ... m&&lang=fr

Those, along with the ones mentioned in a previous post that are found on Mark's site should bring you a long way.
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