Web and Print Resources

Credit to 3rd Degree Knight Kevin McGrail for his hard work on these resources.

While creating this website, I gleaned ideas and logos from two main resources. Then I used these as the basis for the artwork created in Photoshop and Corel used on this website. Thinking they could be of use to others out there, I have organized them as follows:First, I found the graphics and logos from the main KofC website indispensable and have mirrored them here.

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Second, I found the perfect KofC TrueType font is Libra BT Regular. Since it is necessary to edit the Photoshop files below, I’ve placed it here for download.

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Third, I thought the idea of a template was a great idea. And since I gleaned some of my layout from the template created by the Supreme Council, I’ve mirrored it here as well.

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Finally, I’ve placed my collection of Photoshop and Corel Draw files here in case anyone wishes to use them.

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March 23rd, 2001 Update:
Time has marched onward and I’ve created a few more graphics since December that might be of interest to others.

First is a clean scan of Council 6292′s Charter.

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Second, as a charter member of the International Council of Webmasters, I created the following logo.

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Finally, I was not able to find a logo for the Columbiettes, but luckily I was able to find a patch. Using this patch, I created a logo for them.

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December 29th, 2007 Update:
I wanted to have a vinyl shop make a sign for our council’s trailer but finding a suitable vector graphic was quite difficult. I found a reasonable copy of the logo at http://brandsoftheworld.com/ and cleaned it up substantially with a goal towards cutting it out in vinyl. Besides the original EPS files I started with and the enhanced Illustrator format file, I also created a “vinyl-friendly” version.

In the vinyl subdirectory there is the Illustrator file and 8 files in AutoCAD DXF format. The AutoCAD DXF files are in pancake order for layering them in vinyl with the colors indicated in the filenames.

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Fraternally,

Kevin A McGrail