As well as having to have the artistic talent, actually making clip-art is very time-consuming process. However, as clip-art is so useful for making teaching resources I am always pleased when I can find some offered for free that I know I can make use of!
Recently, I have found a number of new clipart artists and wanted to share their work with you. If you want to be taken to their TpT store simply click on their graphic button :)
Mae Hates Mondays
I have already used her sneaker clipart in an activity for Walk to School week
Her donut clipart inspired me immediately so look out for a new freebie and product coming soon!
her unique style makes this clipart stand out from the crowd
ReviDevi has produced a whole load of great quality clipart which she has given away free over the past few months. I love her slightly vintage style and her lovely subjects - just right for primary school children.
D S Art
I hope this selection shows you some of what these talented artists can offer and if you do download any of their creations please make sure you leave them feedback - that after all makes it all worthwhile :)
I'd love to know if you create clipart or have you come across any awesome artists you would like to give a shout out too - so leave me a message :)
These are so cute! Thanks for sharingReplyDelete
There are some very talented people out there who are also very generous :)Delete
Interesting perspective. Is a new way of looking. http://www.bellofpeace.orgReplyDelete
Thank you, Dinamika. I'll be heading over to your blog soon :)Delete
Wonderful, Thanks for sharing so pleasing to the eye.ReplyDelete
I love clip art because it normally is a simple drawing that appeals to many both young and old :)Delete