Here's a classic comic layout set that will add fun to your classroom! PNG files with transparency allow for adding photos in the spaces in programs such as Photoshop. They can also be printed blank so students can create their own hand-drawn comics. Made at 300 dpi for excellent printing.
Includes 9 - 12x12 and 9 - 8.5 x 11 300 dpi comic templates in PNG format. Easy to use in Photoshop or Photoshop Elements, PowerPoint, or any graphics program to create graphics for your classroom, school, and personal projects. You may also simply print them out so your students can create their own comics for art projects or book reports.
8.5 x 11 size included for easy printing. 12 x 12 size included for traditional scrapbooking layouts.
You may use these digital files for personal use in your home, making gifts for your loved ones, and to make colorful materials for your classroom. You may incorporate these files into products to sell at TpT (no other online stores or publishing houses, please) as long as these files are used in flattened, locked or uneditable layers of files.
***These files may be used to create comics for your class or school, for profit.
Incorrect use of these files for TpT products:
-including these files "as is" in another product for sale
-adjusting the color of these files then selling them
-setting these files as backgrounds in PowerPoint presentations for sale.
Correct use of these files for TpT products:
-using these files as backgrounds with frames and writing spaces added to them
-cutting pieces from these files to make cute animals or other graphics
-making book covers or lesson plan covers
-adding graphics, frames, paper, etc. to these files (flattened) before setting as PowerPoint, etc. backgrounds
-using as background for e-book, lesson plans, etc. in flattened, locked or uneditable files
-making alphabets, word art or embellishments that incorporate these files
-making borders or labels for classroom organization
As long as these files are *incorporated* into a product, you are most likely using them correctly. Please contact me if you have any questions about their use.