How do you want your image delivered to you?
CAN HELP US BY
AVOIDING UNNECESSARY DOWNLOADS --
You can gather your candidates for downloading from a LIGHTBOX.
Click here for a simple
way to collect drawings in one place to make your final selections
WITH A DOWNLOAD?... click here.
NEED A PASSWORD?
NERVOUS ABOUT DOWNLOADING?
NEED A PASSWORD?
If you are a BUSINESS or PUBLICATION, and want to be able to
purchase and publish drawings from NewsArt, go to the PASSWORD PAGE.
BUT... if you are an INDIVIDUAL, seeking a drawing for personal use,
email the artist who did the drawing and ask for permission to use it.
When you download, if you
have previously downloaded the same drawing, you
will be reminded of the previous download, and asked if you want to proceed.
(Remember that just because you downloaded it does not mean that you published it.) Our
data base of previous downloads begins with Jan 1, 1999, and is updated with every
||NERVOUS ABOUT DOWNLOADING?
Here's a drawing you can experiment with for free. (It's drawing #
m112.tif) To download this drawing, click
here. You'll be able to SAVE IT to your desktop, or drag and drop it there... ready to put into your page makeup or print out.
If your school wants to participate on our NewsArt Journalism
School Program, contact us and we'll set up a password. After that you may use your school's UserID and password to download art at no charge
for use in your school work, campus newspapers, etc. The work may NOT be used in
advertising without paying a fee (contact the artist directly). NOTE: If you wish to use a drawing
by Dean Rohrer, your password will not work. Instead, please email him and he will email the image to you at no charge.
TROUBLESHOOTING If you experience a problem downloading...
1 - try using the EMAIL option. (Remember:
even though the drawing is emailed instantly, it may take a little while to
arrive in your mailbox. ALSO, if your mail box is full or nearly full it
may not have enough room to accept the file.)
2 - If the drawing arrives corrupted in some way... two "common" problems are:
- The wrong drawing arrives -- Assuming you didn't mis-type the
drawing number, this is usually because the small screen image has an
incorrect caption number. Go back to the screen image and right-click
on it and select Properties from the drop down menu. Properties will tell you the name of
the file, which will be the correct number of the drawing. (Please
send an email to the artist so they can correct the caption.)
- The drawing is corrupted
in some way*, maybe it is coarsely pixilated, or it won't load into your
page layout. If this happens contact the artist directly, and if you can't promptly reach the artist contact Barrie Maguire or Paul Lachine. Someone can email an
acceptable drawing to you.
* If you have
requested the drawing be converted from a tiff to a jpeg, try downloading
again and NOT converting the drawing.
- TIP FOR MAC USERS DOWNLOADING A TIFF FILE: When a tiff file is downloaded it appears in your window as a Quicktime file... and it will not allow you to drag & drop to desktop. DO NOT PANIC! Simply do a "Save" (Command - S) and save the the page to your desktop. It will arrive with a new extension (.tiff) but there it is.
If all else fails...
contact the artist
whose drawing you are have difficulty with...
If he or she is not there... contact Barrie
and if he's not there, contact Paul