0reCv.gif (500×280) Clip Art Collection for FL instruction. [View this page in Japanese] NEWS (October 21, 2012) The illustrations in this collection have been incorporated in a collection called "New Nakama" on www.flickr.com.
The merged collection contains over thousand illustrations. Please search "New Nakama" in the search people option. This page contains a growing collection of clip art (simple line-drawings) to be used by foreign language instructors. Guideline for using the drawings: You can freely use these drawings without any fee as long as they are used for not-for-profit educational purposes .
Project personnel: The project director is Kazumi Hatasa (Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Purdue University). Copyright-Free Photo Archive: Public Domain Photos and Images. The photo archive at Gimp-Savvy.com has more than 27,000 free photos and images saved on our own dedicated server, consisting of over 2.5 Gbytes of data.
The goal is to make this archive a resource for collage and photo-montage using digital image editing techniques such as those described in Chapter 7 of Grokking the GIMP. To improve the archive's usefulness, full indexing of the images is planned. However, this job would be taxing for a single person, and would probably produce only mediocre results. Consequently, the solution is to provide an interactive environment allowing the community to participate in the labelling of archived photos. The expectation is that the resulting index will be both richer and more robust than one fashioned by any so-called master architect. PD Photo - Free Photos And Pictures (public domain, stock pictures, wallpaper, royalty free, clip art, etc)
Public Domain Images. What Does It Mean For An Image To Be In The Public Domain?
Most content on the internet, whether it be pictures, video or music, is protected by copyright law, whether the creator realises that or not. However, privately created and owned materials are not always protected by copyright law. Public Domain is where content whose copyright has expired is moved. You can use such public domain content without the permission or authorisation of the previous copyright owner. In addition to the public domain containing material with expired copyrights, it is also home to many government records. The links on this page refer to material that was public domain at the time of writing. Pictures of Animals.
Index By Car Make. Compfight / A Flickr Search Tool. Abstract Textures, Background Photos - free stock images. Phototicker.org. Moss Graffiti. Photoshop backgrounds, textures and icons. TinyPNG – Compress PNG images while preserving alpha transparency. Public Domain Pictures - Free Stock Photos. U.S. Government Photos and Images. OpenClipArt.
Free Travel Stock Photos - Tourism images from around the World. 5 Great Sources of Creative Commons Images. If you are after images to use in learning and teaching the fear of copyright infringement can loom large.
One way around this is to look for Creative Commons licensed resources. These are resources which someone has shared specifically for reuse with some rights reserved rather than the traditional 'all rights reserved' approach of copyright laws. Attribution is vital when it comes to using these in your work, but they're a brilliant source of images, music, video etc and can really add to the creativity of your curriculum. And we love a bit of creativity! So, where to start? From the Creative Commons organisation comes this meta search engine that can help you find a range of different resources - and you get to select whether they're for commercial purposes (and if they're for a course you're intending to market in some way, this is probably the safest option) and / or for modification etc. The colours of this site are really not pleasant (in my opinion at least!) Sarah. DrPic.com Free Web Picture Editor and Image Host - Crop, Resize, Text.
Express Editor. Convert Photos to Line Art Drawings. Create Basic Line Art from Your Photos -Photoshop Tutorial.
Picture Resources. Useful PSD Files For Your Creativity - Noupe Design Blog. Mar 02 2011 PSD files can be used to create beautiful, stunning, vibrant and very creative business cards, icons, characters, website layouts, photo manipulations and much more.
With Adobe Photoshop’s convenient interface, even newbies can understand how to work with some of the basic tools and options that this fantastic program has to offer. Here are 40 PSDs you may find useful for any ongoing projects you may have at the moment. Please note that all of these files listed below are free of charge, however not all of them are available to be used for both commercial as well as personal use.
That’s why we strongly recommend you to check the additional information that the artists provide along with their freebie. Magnifa Pro – Zooming Glass PSD Here is a useful PSD file that could be used for peviewing images for zooming some special parts of it:
Work. Identifont - Identify fonts by appearance, find fonts by name. Pictures. Vector. Fonts. Buttons. 1000 Free High Resolution Photoshop Brush Sets - Noupe Design Blog. Oct 15 2008 Hundreds of thousands of incredible Adobe Photoshop brush sets are all over the web.
Due to this phenomenally vast amount of Photoshop brushes available, you can now add patches of dirt, rust, floral effect, swirls, mold, oil stains in your artworks and photos to give them an aged, damaged, dreamy or any look you want. Without further ado, we present 1000+ high-Resolution Adobe Photoshop brush sets that will be perfect for any project you may happen to be working on. Important: Licenses of every brush set varies, so be sure to check that information before using them. 1. 1.1 Sidewalk Series Vol. 2 Oil Stains 10 high resolution grungy concrete stains inspired by all the cracks, stains, and spots on the sidewalk and in the street. 1.2 Sidewalk Series Vol. 1 Cracks 6 Excellent high resolution sidewalk cracks to give you a nice grungy texture. 1.3 Cracks Part III.