Are these clip arts free?
Unless it states otherwise, they can basically be treated as royalty-free clip art, free to use and modify for whatever you need, with the only caveats being:
-That you not reproduce the clip art itself to sell,
-That you provide a link back to this site if posting the art files elsewhere
-That if you wish to sell actual products with the clip art on it, you will contact me first to make arrangement.
I also ask that you not use them in a way as to distort their message or purpose.
Apart from that, you can treat these like royalty-free clip art
Feel free to contact me with any questions! I'm nice!
Also, is "clip arts" grammatically correct? I not quite sure..
What am I allowed to do with the Premium clip art?
Similarly, they are all fine to use and modify for whatever you need, with the only caveats being:
- That you not reproduce the clip art itself to sell.
- That you not distribute the art files online publicly without permission.
- That you don't claim authorship or exclusive ownership of the artwork.
- That if you wish to sell actual products with the clip art on it, you will contact me first to make arrangement.
I also ask that you not use them in a way as to distort their message or purpose.What if someone doesn't like something you made?
I make no apologies for these creations. I like hearing feedback on my art, but if something I post really rubs you the wrong way - or if you even find it laughable - it's okay, feel free to ignore it. Putting something out there can be risky, but pleasing everyone is impossible anyway.
What exactly are ".png" and ".ai vector" files?
".png" is a widely used image file format type. The files are high-quality, with the advantage of being able to support transparent backgrounds, in which case you can import them into your favorite image software and place them on top of whatever background you choose.
".ai" files are a type of "vector" file, which just means that the image is basically composed of a "formula" of geometric lines/angles/shapes instead of pixels - meaning it will be clean and crisp at any size. They can be opened and easily edited using vector compatible software, such as Adobe Illustrator or Adobe Flash.
What is this ".zip" file I have downloaded?
A .zip file is sort of a container that other files are put into, which compresses the files into a single file with a smaller file size. You'll need an application like WinZip or WinRar to "unzip" the zip file. Feel free to ask for help if necessary.
Something's wrong with this file!
In that case, please let me know so I can fix it on the site, and I'll try to help you with your problem if I can.
What if I have a clip art suggestion?
While I can't guarantee I will be able to draw your suggestion, I'm always willing to hear ideas, thank you! Email me here.
With the exception of any fonts or public domain elements that may have been used in the clipart creation, all clip art - unless stated - is copyright © Dean T Fraser