Custom Work - Iroquois Clip Art

Phew, it takes me an extra 20 seconds to type Iroquois and then another 20 seconds to check that I have types it correctly. Stacy is always telling me that I am the slowest typer in the world, well that word itself takes my average typing speed to very slow.

But I did enjoy doing the clip art, I had to do a lot of research because it was a very specific set of Iroquois - Eastern Woodland Native Americans of New York State that were wanted and I had no idea there were differences. Yes shock horror, gasp at me some more but I am from Australia here our Indigenous people are called that Indigenous or Aboriginal.

I like making my clip art as realistic as possible while still keeping that graphic feel. I do quite a bit of research to make sure they are accurate to real life which in this case took some time to distinguish between different Iroquois people.

Native Americans - Iroquois Clip Art - 30 PNGS


Jennifer from Elementary School Garden was very impressed with the work, her feedback was great to hear as all you sellers and creative people know

Thank you so much! These graphics are exactly what I've been looking for. It is hard to find clipart that is historically relevant. I have been working hard on an Iroquois unit for my 4th graders and this will work perfectly to illustrate the pages. The clipart is cute, yet mature, the perfect mix for 4th graders. The colors are bright and fun. The images are crisp and clean. Thank you again!

She used the clip art to create this unit.
Iroquois Unit - Eastern Woodland Native Americans of New Y


Go and check it out and remember if you are interested in custom work, just send us an email at contact.creativecritters@gmail.com and we will do our best to fulfil your needs.





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Creative Critters: Custom Work - Iroquois Clip Art

Monday, 30 September 2013

Custom Work - Iroquois Clip Art

Phew, it takes me an extra 20 seconds to type Iroquois and then another 20 seconds to check that I have types it correctly. Stacy is always telling me that I am the slowest typer in the world, well that word itself takes my average typing speed to very slow.

But I did enjoy doing the clip art, I had to do a lot of research because it was a very specific set of Iroquois - Eastern Woodland Native Americans of New York State that were wanted and I had no idea there were differences. Yes shock horror, gasp at me some more but I am from Australia here our Indigenous people are called that Indigenous or Aboriginal.

I like making my clip art as realistic as possible while still keeping that graphic feel. I do quite a bit of research to make sure they are accurate to real life which in this case took some time to distinguish between different Iroquois people.

Native Americans - Iroquois Clip Art - 30 PNGS


Jennifer from Elementary School Garden was very impressed with the work, her feedback was great to hear as all you sellers and creative people know

Thank you so much! These graphics are exactly what I've been looking for. It is hard to find clipart that is historically relevant. I have been working hard on an Iroquois unit for my 4th graders and this will work perfectly to illustrate the pages. The clipart is cute, yet mature, the perfect mix for 4th graders. The colors are bright and fun. The images are crisp and clean. Thank you again!

She used the clip art to create this unit.
Iroquois Unit - Eastern Woodland Native Americans of New Y


Go and check it out and remember if you are interested in custom work, just send us an email at contact.creativecritters@gmail.com and we will do our best to fulfil your needs.





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2 Comments:

At 2 October 2013 at 04:18 , Blogger Jennifer said...

Thanks again for the amazing custom clipart! Your designs are wonderful! I wouldn't have been able to finish my Iroquois Pack without these graphics! (...and thanks for posting about my Iroquois Pack on my birthday, September 30th!)

Jennifer
Elementary School Garden

 
At 2 October 2013 at 04:59 , Blogger Stacy York said...

Hi Jennifer, that was totally planned. Of course it was a pleasure working with you.
Stacy

 

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