Showing posts with label clipart. Show all posts
Showing posts with label clipart. Show all posts

17.3.23

Clip Art: Surprised Teen Boy Close-Up

Caught in amazement — digital art of a surprised teen boy: looks directly at the viewer.

Image source: Created by Stones of Erasmus (with digital elements added by open-source artificial intelligence). This image is created and made with love by Stones of Erasmus (stonesoferasmus.com).

14.3.23

Clip Art: A Winged Griffin About to Take Flight

This public domain image depicts the mythological creature the griffin — part lion and part eagle. A griffin is a legendary creature with the head and wings of an eagle and the body of a lion. It is said to be a powerful and majestic beast, capable of flying great distances and possessing great strength. In many myths and legends, griffins are depicted as guardians of treasure or protectors of sacred places. 
This particular image is in the public domain, which means it can be used for any purpose, including commercial use, without restriction. This is because the image's copyright has either expired or was never copyrighted in the first place.
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12.3.23

Clip Art: A Griffin Plays Basketball

A griffin plays basketball. Improbable? Probably. But we like it anyway. 

Source: Created by Stones of Erasmus, block print (with digital elements added by open-source artificial intelligence). This image is created and made with love by Stones of Erasmus (stonesoferasmus.com).

Clip Art: Classical Sculpture Depicting Poseidon (Neptune)

The image is of the Greek God (in Roman myth known as Neptune) holding his legendary trident and standing on a craggy precipice overlooking the sea, his domain.


Source note: From Bilderbuch für Kinder : enthaltend eine angenehme Sammlung von Thieren, Pflanzen, Blumen, Fruchten, Mineralien, Trachten und allerhand andern unterrichtenden Gegenstanden aus dem Reiche der natur, der Kunste und Wissenschaften. (Weimar, Germany : Industrie-Comptoir, 1792-1843) Bertuch, Friedrich Justin (1747-1822), Author. Content: Written on border: "1. Neptune ; 2. Ceres ; 3-5 Apollo ; Drawn 1801s." Originally scanned by the New York Public Library (Digital Collections). The image is in the public domain.

1.3.23

Clip Art: School Girl With Moppish Little Orphan Annie Hair

This clip art image perfectly represents nostalgia and classic school days for a girl. It's an endearing illustration of a schoolgirl with a timeless look, giving off Little Orphan Annie vibes. The line art and details make this image unique and sure to be a conversation starter in any home, classroom, or office. With the potential to create lasting memories, it's sure to bring smiles to anyone who sees it! 

This image is created and made with love by Stones of Erasmus (stonesoferasmus.com). Find more of my stuff on TpT.
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25.2.23

Discover the Difference Between Raster and Vector Images: Clip Art Fun!

I have recently started making my own clip art, and the difference between raster and vector images is really important. Raster images are made from pixels, so when you zoom in on them, you can see the pixelated image, which appears fuzzier to the eye. While not always as detailed as a raster image, a vector image can be scaled and resized without giving off the dreaded pixelated effect. A vector image is made using basic computer geometry — shapes!

Here is a clip art image I made of a school girl with moppish hair giving off Little Orphan Annie vibes:

1.12.22

Clip Art: The Goddess Diana (Artemis) with a Stag

This public domain image depicts the goddess Diana (or, Artemis) with a stag. Diana, the goddess of the moon and the hunt, is known as Artemis by the Greeks.
Diana, or Artemis, hunts.

The image comes from page 94 of "Mythology: Illustrated Chiefly from the Myths and Legends of Greece (Chambers's Elementary Science Manuals) by A.S. Murray (Senior Assistant in the Department of Greek and Roman Antiquities, British Museum). Published by W. & R. Chambers, London and Edinburgh (1876)". Image source: First scanned by Google Books (books.google.com). Find more of my stuff on TpT.
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1.10.22

Clip Art: A Dragon Eats Their Vegetables

A dragon eats his vegetables. Hey, even dragons eat their greens! Improbable? Probably. But this image is made with a little bit of whimsy.
Image Source: Created by Stones of Erasmus, oil crayon drawing (with digital elements added by open-source artificial intelligence). This image is created and made by love by Stones of Erasmus (stonesoferasmus.com).
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1.6.22

Clip Art: The Greek God Dionysos (Bacchus) and Panther

This public domain image depicts the god Dionysos seated with a panther. Dionysos, the god of wine, is known as Bacchus by the Romans.


The image comes from page 55 of "Mythology: Illustrated Chiefly from the Myths and Legends of Greece (Chambers's Elementary Science Manuals) by A.S. Murray (Senior Assistant in the Department of Greek and Roman Antiquities, British Museum). Published by W. & R. Chambers, London and Edinburgh (1876)". 
Image source: First scanned by Google Books (books.google.com).

4.2.22

Clip Art: Bust of the Olympian God Zeus (Jupiter)

Bust of Zeus (Jupiter), the supreme deity of the Olympian gods, is depicted in a Roman copy of a Greek original from the 4th century B. C.E. The bust was found in Orticoli and is displayed at the Pius-Clementine Museum in the Vatican.  
A bust of the Olympian God Zeus (Jupiter)
Bust of Zeus

Image Source: "Head of Jupiter from Otricoli. Marble. Roman copy after a Greek original from the 4th century BCE. Rome, Vatican Museums, Pius-Clementine Museum, Round Room, 3 (Roma, Musei Vaticani, Museo Pio-Clementino, Sala rotonda, 3)." I made a Zeus-themed unit plan on TpT!.