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Phillip Martin clipart - can I use it?

Czech Republic

Phillip Martin clipart - can I use it?
came across this site with clipart http://www.phillipmartin.info/clipart/homepage.htm  and would like to use some of the images for my wss. But to avoid being reported I just would like to get sure: Do I understand I can use it as long as I am not going to make some money? Or do points here count as a profit too? Maybe any of you has some experience with using these pics and could give me an answer.
Thanks a lot and Happy Easter to all of you.

3 Apr 2010      


Hi Michaela,
I checked with him and it īs fine to use his lovely clipart and share worksheets on this siteThumbs Up.
What a generous man he isClap.
Happy Easter to you, too.

3 Apr 2010     

United States

You can freely use them.
If you want to make sure you don īt get reported, just write the source of your cliparts in a tiny font at the bottom of your worksheet.


3 Apr 2010     

Czech Republic

Dear Julia,
thank you very much for your prompt answer - you are number 1.Thumbs Up

EDIT: Libertybelle, we had to send the post at the same time, of course my big thanks belongs to you too.Wink

3 Apr 2010     



Another site where you can find tons of clipart (and lots of B&W ones, if you want to print it friendly) and you can use it for personal or educational purposes.

To see the clipart, just go to the "comprehensive clipart menu" (roll down the page).


Hope it helps.

3 Apr 2010