I have a couple sets of Zombie Clip Art. A teacher suggested I make a set with the regular human, before the transformation, for matching games or other fun stuff. So I did! This collection contains three types of transformations: human-to-zombie, human-to-vampire, and human-to-werewolf.
My monsters are on the less gruesome side, so they can be used for school, but still, they are monsters and are probably best used for 4th grade and up.
This set of clip art contains:
Book Girl - who turns into Vampire Girl
Apple Eating Boy - who turns into Vampire Boy
Cheerleader - who turns into Cheer Zombie
Book Reading Boy - who turns into Zombie Boy
Walking Girl - who turns into Girl Werewolf
Basketball Boy - who turns into Boy Werewolf
If the transformation idea doesn't float your boat, there are still 12 images of regular kids and 12 images of monsters (for Halloween use.)
All of my clip art is original art, hand drawn, by me. The images in this set are saved in 300 dpi so the graphics look sharp on your projects. You'll receive one .zip file with color and black-and-white PNG files (w/ transparent backgrounds.) Images stand approx. 6” high in their original form.
My clip art is intended for teachers' lesson plans, worksheets, classroom decorations, websites, blogs, and other teacherly things. If you'd like to put my art in your lessons plans that you then sell on Teachers Pay Teachers - go for it! And if you do sell something with a NinjaWoman image on it, please give credit to NinjaWoman Clip Art Studio, if you wouldn't mind. I'd really appreciate it. NinjaWoman button is included with the clip art.
Please don't use NinjaWoman Clip Art for mass production production – over 100 units. (This does not include digital downloads.) Also, please don't resell Ninja Woman Clip Art as is or slightly altered. For example, please don't enlarge an image and sell it as your own coloring page. If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Use it. Change it. Make it your own.
Thanks so much!
All images © 2017 J. C. Phillipps