Imagine using large clip art emoticons for your articles.
I wish I knew a code for creating a super big smiley. Or get hold of some super big smiley gifs that are clip art that are public domain that I could cut and paste into my articles just for fun.
Before avatars emotional icons used to be the thing to add spice to emails and comments, aka emoticons.
How about 3-D emoticons that are animated and come in many different sizes that could be used in article writing?
If that were possible I could do the following:
If I wanted to credit the image I could do so by adding the following information below:
plus I could also add this extra information: Clip Art Panda : http://www.clipartpanda.com/categories/laughing-smiley-face-clip-art
Note that the image has a watermark.
Image Credit » pencil facing right by A. P. Davis
MegL wrote on March 1, 2016, 4:48 PM
If it has a watermark, it is probably NOT supposed to be used other than by the original owner. There are a LOT of big emoticons on Pixabay. You can still access tgat and use images.
lookatdesktop wrote on March 2, 2016, 10:36 AM
Okay, I see the watermark. Oops.