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I drew these pictures of the Ankh symbol (the Ankh Cross) in the Linux GIMP image program. They are in the public domain, so you can use them any way you want, as long as you go barefoot for a full day for each image you use. Tell me that you did this. Send a picture.

There’s also some more information about the ankh and what it symbolizes.

If you get a bandwidth theft detected picture instead of the logo you wanted, you need to read my how to use the images page.

The pictures by Xale are copyright by her, but you can use them as long as you don’t claim they are yours.

Title: Pictures of Ankh Crosses

Author: Liam Quin

Total items: 25

copyright collection, individual images are distributed under the Barefoot Licence: you must go barefoot for a day for each image you use. They are otherwise in the public domain, although the collection overall is copyright 2005 Liam R E Quin and cannot be redistributed or mirrored without permission., or as marked.

Some sample images

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[picture: Ankh for Ankh, Purple on black]

Ankh for Ankh, Purple on black

A drawing of an Ankh Cross done in pencil and bic pen wich Xale kindly drew, at my request. [more...] [$]

[picture: Gold ankh cross with perspective shadow]

Gold ankh cross with perspective shadow

Gold double-outline ankh cross with spotlight on centre, and a perspective drop shadow, with a black background. Includes a livejournal-sized 100x100 icon, although you may need to convert it to a GIF. [more...] [$]

[picture: Ankh for Ankh, Dark turquoise]

Ankh for Ankh, Dark turquoise

A drawing of an Ankh Cross done in pencil and bic pen wich Xale kindly drew, at my request. [more...] [$]

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I drew these pictures of the Ankh symbol (the Ankh Cross) in the Linux GIMP image program. They are in the public domain, so you can use them any way you want, as long as you go barefoot for a full day for each image you use. Tell me that you did this. Send a picture.

There’s also some more information about the ankh and what it symbolizes.

If you get a bandwidth theft detected picture instead of the logo you wanted, you need to read my how to use the images page.

The pictures by Xale are copyright by her, but you can use them as long as you don’t claim they are yours.


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