Well here I go again - trying something new to do with technology without really knowing what I am doing - everyone keep everything crossed!!
As it is a Friday, I am linking up with TBA for their Freebie Friday linky
It all began when I felt a creative urge to see if I could draw an otter using the paint package on my computer. I was quite pleased with the results
(although as you can see I am no artist) and thought someone else might like to use these little pics for something in their classroom. But how do you create clipart someone else can use?
So I followed the advice of Miss Whismy http://misswhimsys.blogspot.co.uk/2013/01/how-to-create-and-sell-clip-art.html and used the powerpoint feature "remove background" to create my clipart graphics and saved them to a folder. Next, I needed to create a zip file to be able to share this clip art with others so I think I have done that now as I have successfully zipped the file and have sent it to one of my other e-mail accounts.
So now I need a willing volunteer to test this out and see if they can download and use the clipart I have created without a white box appearing around the graphic (as it has done in the past when I have just saved my creations as a picture).
If you feel you are ready to give it a try please leave a comment below along with your e-mail address and I will attempt to send you the zipped file so you can try it out and hopefully let me know how it went.
Thank you all very much in advance :-)
Hi Just started following your blog. by way of The Autism Helper I would love to try and print the cute otters you design. vicki email email@example.comReplyDelete
Thank you for replying and being a willing volunteer! I have sent you an e-mail with the zip file - fingers crossed you can open it and use the clipart inside :-)ReplyDelete