New Features – Tintable Clipart

We are happy to announce today that we have upgraded our image customizer tool in our 3D Presentation Clipart section.  You now have even more tools available to you to modify our clipart images before you download them.  UPDATE: The tint feature now will also work for our PowerPoint animations.

New Tint Feature

In the customizer check the TINT box to apply a color tint to the entire image.  The HUE, SATURATION and BRIGHTNESS sliders now affect the color qualities of the tint.  Use the tint feature to add color to our gray images to match the color scheme of your presentations.

Samples of Tinted Images

Sample Tinted Images

Screen Shot of Tint Feature

Screen Shot of Tint Feature

My Custom Media Folder

When you are signed it to your account, you may have noticed a new link to My Custom Media in the upper right corner.  Every time you create a custom image using one of our online tools, your final image is saved in the Custom Media folder.  So if you don’t want to wait around for that animation to finish building, you can always pick it up later in your Custom Media folder.

Screenshot of Custom Media folder

Screen Shot of Custom Media Folder

We are working on several new on-line tools to further enhance your presentations.  A tint feature for our animation section will be available in the next few weeks (Note: This is now available).  If there are features you would like to see us add, please let us know.

  • Mona

    WOW! You all are so fabulously clever! I’m always amazed!

  • Troy McDonald

    Cool, but say I get a blue I like, I don’t know the values, I can’t type it in for a consistent look.

    Why can’t values be displayed and entered to keep a consistent look?

  • Troy McDonald

    Can we get the option (or a similar one) like the box [ ] to the right of “Choose Background Color”?

    • Art Holden

      Hi Troy, We are looking at adding that feature for the tint value. But for things like the hue, saturation, brightness are all relative to the initial image, so unless we were create every image exactly the same there is no way that the same set of numbers would equal the same change on another image.

      Art Holden

  • Troy McDonald

    Hey Art, thanks for the reply.

    Now that makes complete sense. I made the assumption that “Stick Figure” in white (as seen in the above image, far left) could be adjusted.

    I can understand if someone wants to change “Stick Figure” where in one image he is Red, in another he’s Blue, etc.

    I personally like “Stick Figure” in white for everything, where he/she can be adjusted to a specific color to match my theme.

  • You make me look like a genius… thank you! 🙂

    Love your site and customer service.

  • I love this website and the tools you supply! You make me appear that know what I am doing and that I am very creative – THANK YOU! I will never let this subscription run out! Would love to have additional clip art related to education, school, typical school functions, ect. Keep up the great work – You guys are AMAZING! 🙂

  • Great stuff. The science stuff you have produced is amazing. Some quality Mathematics ones would dovetail really nicely. Can’t wait for that??? in hope.
    Thanks Adam

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