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EXTERNAL LINKS

If there's one thing people like, it's free stuff. Naturally enough, the internet is loaded with free goodies for everyone to download and enjoy. Of course, the select of legal freebies is only a fraction of the total, but it is, in fact, possible to get something nice for nothing.

Here's a list of some other places where you can get some useful freebies.




dafont.com
If you're ever in need of a new font or typeface, this is the website to check. It has scores of fonts you can freely download, though some are only free for personal (ie, non-commercial) use. Fonts are grouped by common themes, such has "cartoon", "stencil", "LCD", or "Medieval", and you can search within a category by usage rights.


ShareCG
For those of you who dabble in 3D art, ShareCG is a place to get some free assets. Again, not everything is free for commercial use, but there are a lot of nice things for your Poser and Daz Studio runtimes.


Inkscape
Inkscape is a free and fully featured vector graphic editor. Outside of Adobe's Flash, this is probably the most well-known vector graphic editor that's currently available. Unfortunately, it's not the most intuitive editor out there, and if you're coming to Inkscape from Flash, you're going to hit some bumps in the road. Still, you can't compete with the functionality this editor offers.


GIMP
The Gnu Image Manipulation Program has been the Linux answer to Adobe's Photoshop for eons, and it's still very powerful for a free tool. If you've wanted to do image editing but lacked the money for a good program, I'd suggest looking at this one.