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I'm not a lawyer so take this as you will, and I didn't look at your site nor will I. But Fair Use Copyright allows reproduction for educational purposes with proper citation and no intent to claim the work as your own or sell. It sounds like your literary website would fall into this category, but if you have any concerns then you need to contact an ...
This is a polygonal pattern There's question here and here with some details on the best way to make it. There are also lots of resources to be found when searching for a polygonal pattern, free backgrounds, tutorials etc. Hope I've helped :)
So that icon is from the "rosettaicons" font family. When zoomed in (i used firebug in lieu of actually grabbing the font pack), you see all the rounded edges: The closest I got to simple geometry ended up like this: Hope that helps!
You have a couple of options. As already mentioned above, you can always live trace and go from there. If you don't have Adobe Illustrator, Inkscape is an opensource alternative. Those lines look pretty sharp though so I get the impression that you either want to tidy the sketch up a little or make a workable digital version. To tidy it up a little; ...
If it helps you can save this image trace (Illustrator, default tracing options) and continue editing in any editor you want:
Based on this Twitter icon: (From https://si0.twimg.com/images/dev/cms/intents/icons/reply_hover.png) Two ellipses, a rectangle, a triangle, and a sheared rectangle (parallelogram). The larger ellipse minus the smaller ellipse Minus the rectangle. Combine with the triangle Minus the parallelogram. Alternate style as per ...
You can use this plugin: https://dribbble.com/blazrobar/projects/119709-Perspective-Actions Or search in Google "perspective mockups" and will find resources.
The center of your second circle example is not centered, as seen in the overlay of both images attached - possibly when rotating the grouped items (heads) the original center (pos1) you think is the yellow point. I think you can adjust the rotation point so that the yellow remains centered
We recently did a comparison of major file optimization apps - https://www.oss-usa.com/blog/faster-sites-are-way-better-slower-sites While Photoshop can do file optimization, it is not the ideal tool to get it done - there are specific add ons and free services that can get the job done even better.
Interestingly, you could create a design with 72dpi and when done, flatten all layers, then rasterise. This reduces the image 60% more. I found this solution from self discovery, it works.
Sorry, it was suppose to say zentangle (damn autocorrect). Something like this..
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