My Jhendor site has some free catalogs:
And there are also some freebies on Maps & More:
I do not know of a list anywhere that contains links to free symbol sets . So add em if you've got em.
Last edited by RobA; 12-11-2011 at 12:49 AM.
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Seven large, free CC3 symbol libraries. As of 12/17/2006, these are the available CSUAC symbol libraries available for ownload.
Baseline 1: Creatures.
Baseline 2: Equipment.
Baseline 3: Vehicles
Baseline 4: Animals and Humanoids
Baseline 5: Vegetation
Baseline 6: Furniture
Baseline 7: Structures
Disclaimer: I do not work for this company, nor do I know anyone associated with the company.
I used to work with/for them ... Those archives are collected Dundjinni art pieces, converted to CC3 standards. There will probably be more in the future
Also visit Dundjinni, Four Ugly Monsters, the Nook, Battlegrounds Games, Fantasy Grounds, RPTools, RPGMapShare, Eruvian, Dragon Roots, RPG Virtual Tabletop, Troll Lord Games, GameMaster Syndicate and meny, many others
Here are little symbols I make in my lunch hour using the drawing tools in microsoft word. You can't save the image on its own in word, the trick is to copy and paste it into powerpoint. If you right click on the image you can then save it as wmf, png etc.
I'll make more symbols in future lunch hours. It's a good short study with something to show for it at the end of the process.
Last edited by ravells; 08-10-2007 at 10:00 AM.
I created a symbol set for CC3 overland modern maps based on the carta-normal TrueType font available here:
These are varicolor symbols.
Enjoy, and let me know if they are useful.
Some very nice CC2/Cosmographer Star Trek symbols are available on this page:
Look under "Trek Symbols". There are also a couple of CC2 Star Trek ship and starbase deck plans on that page too.
I recently rediscovered these amazing symbols on my hard drive and decided to hunt down the original link to share here for any Star Trek gamers. I was a big fan of the Last Unicorn Games Star Trek RPG in the 1990s.
Check out this page
this is a great resource
FGDC Digital Cartographic Standard for Geologic Map Symbolization (PostScript Implementation)
By the U.S. Geological Survey
Awesome Sigurd, I have been following dead links from various sites trying to find this pdf with these very symbols for ages, the USGS does not seem to think updating/forwarding dead pages is worth the effort I guess.
Thanks ALOT, SeerBlue