Your friend usually doesn't take advantage of you. If he did, you'd probably drop-kick his game console during the night or something (he might be your roommate, after all). That at least keeps him on his toes-or the edge of his rolling office seat-but he still lets your work slide behind the other work. He comes in first, his customers second, and you, his friend, come in third. You might think that free clipart is a cop-out. If you have the graphic design friend, after all, he can probably get you some pretty sweet free graphics (or design them at least for cheap). We're here to say, though, that your friend-wonderful, potato-chip-consuming guy that he is-does not prevent you from using free clipart as a viable design tool.
Free graphics get you halfway to what you need, whether it's for an announcement, flier, or website. You love your friend, but you don't have to wait on him. With free clip art as an option for your design needs, you always have a stopgap measure. You really might need that professional-looking site or flier, but you can at least fill the space until your buddy pulls through. After all, if you are willing to take the hit by taking a less-expensive professional design route from your friend, free clipart is the next, easy step down.
Typically, you will find volleyball clipart on the Internet offered at various websites. They are usually available for free, and you can use them for anything you like. Perhaps you need some for your personal website about volleyball, or for a presentation you are preparing, or you're just fond of collecting clipart. You can also use such clipart for printing designs for your shirts, volleyball jerseys and posters. Clipart comes in different formats such as still graphic, gif or animated. There are also books and magazines that have pages of volleyball clipart available.