Here is a parrot logo that I was inspired to create after seeing a rather nice picture of a parrot in New Scientist. Click on the parrot to see a larger version or scroll down to the table below for other sizes and formats.
The vector outline of the logo was created using Adobe Illustrator version
8. Here's the Illustrator
This was then imported into Adobe Photoshop version 6 for colouring,
applying effects and exporting to GIF and PNG formats in various sizes.
Here's the Photoshop
.psd file, you can view and edit it
using the Gimp:
The smallest images (110x54) are 3 colour (white, black, orange) hand tinted. The GIF image is particularly small at less than 500 bytes, but who cares about bandwidth these days?
For the larger images, the
.png files are 24 bit RGB
colour while the
.gif files are 8-bit indexed images
with an optimised palette. Note that the orange colour has the
RGB hex triplet of #ff9900 and is one of the colours
in the web safe palette as well as being
|Size||1536 bytes||Size||452 bytes|
|Size||14042 bytes||Size||5971 bytes|
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|Size||71284 bytes||Size||51199 bytes|