By Agatha Schwarz. Clip Art. Published at Monday, May 06th, 2019 - 18:20:53 PM.
Just like how the Greeks and Trojans fought back and forth before any decisive victories were won, clip art has passed between no-cost and paid services in an attempt to maximize the quality and availability of both royalty-protected and free graphics. The battlefield is strewn with small, unknown clip art distributors and large image conglomerates alike; some died, some were bought, some faded away, but others found their niche and made it work. Free clipart libraries began to find their home and expand across the internet. Like a wave of armored chariots, the new medium pounded down against the old technology-
For example, a parent might include the image of a Baby Jesus on each of the items that will be covered in December or a Easter bunny on items to be covered in Spring. Parents may use blank labels and print our their own custom stickers for this purpose using any of the free LDS clipart resources online.
Adding elements to clipart can also produce pleasing results. Let’s say you have an image of a house that you think is boring. By adding a sunburst behind the house, you can produce a unique new look. The possibilities are endless. Just be aware that clipart can be as plain or exciting as you choose.
The magnetic lasso tool allows you to select specific parts of the clipart. The result is that you don’t have to color the entire image the same color. Magnetic lasso properties can be altered to fit your needs. However, you must be familiar with the lasso tool in your particular program.
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