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Any known bitmap/resource/image collection for a Spanish card deck?

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Does anyone know of a bitmap/resource/image collection for a Spanish card
deck? I'm planning to create a new cardgame which requires this kind of
deck (prototyping in Python and possible final development in Delphi;
flames about my tool choices will be gently dropped into the bit bucket)

I'd be very thankful about any information regarding this matter.

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Jul 18 '05 #1
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> Does anyone know of a bitmap/resource/image collection for a Spanish card
deck? I'm planning to create a new cardgame which requires this kind of
deck (prototyping in Python and possible final development in Delphi;
flames about my tool choices will be gently dropped into the bit bucket)

I'd be very thankful about any information regarding this matter.


Aside from you using Python to prototype the initial "new cardgame",
images of Spanish playing cards are very off-topic.

Search at google.com for the three terms: spanish playing cards
The second link will be for a site that sells decks of cards for $3.50 +
shipping each. Scan them. That is how I would get images of Spanish
playing cards.

- Josiah
Jul 18 '05 #2

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>>>>> Josiah Carlson <jc******@nospam.uci.edu> (JC) wrote:
Does anyone know of a bitmap/resource/image collection for a Spanish card
deck? I'm planning to create a new cardgame which requires this kind of
deck (prototyping in Python and possible final development in Delphi;
flames about my tool choices will be gently dropped into the bit bucket)
I'd be very thankful about any information regarding this matter.


JC> Aside from you using Python to prototype the initial "new cardgame", images
JC> of Spanish playing cards are very off-topic.

JC> Search at google.com for the three terms: spanish playing cards
JC> The second link will be for a site that sells decks of cards for $3.50 +
JC> shipping each. Scan them. That is how I would get images of Spanish
JC> playing cards.

And you would have a copyright problem.
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Jul 18 '05 #3

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>>>Does anyone know of a bitmap/resource/image collection for a Spanish card
deck? I'm planning to create a new cardgame which requires this kind of
deck (prototyping in Python and possible final development in Delphi;
flames about my tool choices will be gently dropped into the bit bucket)
I'd be very thankful about any information regarding this matter.

JC> Aside from you using Python to prototype the initial "new cardgame", images
JC> of Spanish playing cards are very off-topic.

JC> Search at google.com for the three terms: spanish playing cards
JC> The second link will be for a site that sells decks of cards for $3.50 +
JC> shipping each. Scan them. That is how I would get images of Spanish
JC> playing cards.

And you would have a copyright problem.


I wouldn't worry about it until I needed to release it. By then, I'd
hopefully have some unemcumbered-by-copyright images. Then again, I
don't need such images, so it is all just speculation.

- Josiah
Jul 18 '05 #4

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At some point, Josiah Carlson <jc******@nospam.uci.edu> wrote:
Does anyone know of a bitmap/resource/image collection for a Spanish card
deck? I'm planning to create a new cardgame which requires this kind of
deck (prototyping in Python and possible final development in Delphi;
flames about my tool choices will be gently dropped into the bit bucket)
I'd be very thankful about any information regarding this matter.

JC> Aside from you using Python to prototype the initial "new
cardgame", images
JC> of Spanish playing cards are very off-topic.
JC> Search at google.com for the three terms: spanish playing cards
JC> The second link will be for a site that sells decks of cards for $3.50 +
JC> shipping each. Scan them. That is how I would get images of Spanish
JC> playing cards.
And you would have a copyright problem.


I wouldn't worry about it until I needed to release it. By then, I'd
hopefully have some unemcumbered-by-copyright images. Then again, I
don't need such images, so it is all just speculation.


Have you checked pysol? (http://www.pysol.org/) It has a lot of card
decks (no Spanish ones at first glance, but lots of French, for instance).
And if you find some unencumbered Spanish ones, the author would
probably like those.

[Pysol's written in Python, so this is now on topic :-)]

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Jul 18 '05 #5

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On Thu, 18 Mar 2004 01:30:50 -0500, David M. Cooke wrote:
Have you checked pysol? (http://www.pysol.org/) It has a lot of card
decks (no Spanish ones at first glance, but lots of French, for instance).


The poker deck is French in origin. All decks in pysol (including the
optional additional ones) are variants of the same deck.

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Jul 18 '05 #6

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