Digital Art: JPG, PNG & SVG
The digital art in my Free Art Gallery is gratis. The copyright use includes Fair Use but non-commercial use. See the info/iptc panel of the digital image for copyright information or visit SwimYellowDuck/Blog.
Each image comes zipped in a folder with multiple copies in miscellaneous size and file formats. (The pixel width of the image is included with the file name.)
Most images in the Free Art Gallery come in multiple file formats, including JPG, PNG, and SVG.
Learn more about my current work on my Blog.
Watch Everything You Need To Know About SVG, a Chris Coyier video at CSS-Tricks, on the versatility of vector art and the SVG format.
I would love to see your work. If you have incorporated my art in a project, send me a picture.
File Format Descriptions
The JPG format is compressed and rasterized. It has a white bounding box that is visible if you add the image to any background that is not white.
PNG & SVG Folder
Digital images in the PNG & SVG folder have a transparent background.
Also, an SVG can be resized without losing quality. Global changes can be made to the image in a digital art program or App.
Mechanics of My Vector Images
For the most part, the paths on my vector images (SVG) are closed. Generally the SVG files are in named layers. Sometimes the paths will be grouped. To edit invididual shapes in an art program, you may need to "ungroup" first.