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Vector symbols needed

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Joined: 08/05/2008

Any friendly soul out there that have the "usual" symbols used on the game covers, or maybe have done art or symbols of their own that they are willing to share ?

Im talking about the hourglass or clock that tells you how long the game will run, the players seated at the table that will tell you how many players that can play the game.
Probably more symbols that i have forgotten.

I think it would be a great idea if there would be some kind of generic art that we all could use.

Any artists on the site that have tackled the task ?

Sound silly to reinvent the wheel, and i truly believe that theres much to gain if we all use pretty much the same symbols.

Joined: 09/15/2009
I did some symbols for

I did some symbols for Wayword a few months back, but those were tuned to the game (a hex-based tile laying game). You can see an example at:

If you (or anyone else) is interested, I could probably whip up some generic symbols (or game specific symbols) for a small fee. (Sorry. I can't take on any more free projects right now).


Dralius's picture
Joined: 07/26/2008
How about these

I whipped these up in about 15 min using MS word. Use them as you like.

Traz's picture
Joined: 04/06/2009
I think I tickled myself again

Oh, this was too funny....

The discussion came up on another website about time required to play a game and someone used the term 'ass hours'. I don't know why, but it struck me at the time as uproariously funny and inspired me to create an 'icon' that might [or might not] be suitable for use on the outside of a box to indicate how long it takes to play your game.

I have posted it here under 'miscellaneous art'. Look quick - it may or may not still be there. I invited the moderator to remove it if it drew complaints. But the whole thing was just so darn funny.... at the time.... it may not be so now... take a look and you tell me.

BTW - if you want to use it, I would only charge a Quarter.... ;-)

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