Where to find public domain clip arts?
I'm looking for free publicly usable clip arts to produce pictures to add to Hubs.
There are actually several hubs that people have written on this subject.
Here are two that I've found useful. Many of the sites they mention are the same but there may be a few differences.
http://missolive.hubpages.com/hub/Free- … s-and-Hubs
http://flighty02.hubpages.com/hub/royal … ock-photos
I personally don't use clip art in my Hubs. I prefer photographs. You can find photographs at the following sites:
When you select a photograph to use, you have to be certain that you're choosing images that have the correct type of license for your circumstances. For example, some images are licensed for non-commercial use only. This means you can't use the photograph in your Hub if Amazon capsules or Google ads will appear on your page.
Wikimedia is very good. I also use Photobucket and morgueFile. Good luck!
I often use Flickr and Google for those pictures that I need to accent my Hub writings.
I wrote a hub about this very topic:
http://richardpac.hubpages.com/hub/How- … r-Articles
I also wrote a hub here recently on this subject.
http://cathleenabeams.hubpages.com/hub/ … lic-Domain
I use a variety of websites. I think it is good to have multiple sources to have more photos to choose between. Ones I use are:
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