Snack Food Clipart
Don't use free clipart for your brand mascot. Think about it - do you want everyone else in the world using the same cartoon character you are? If you go the clipart route to save money, instead of having a custom character designed for you, be sure to go to one of the clipart developers that specialize in brand mascots so the character you choose is not in the public domain where anyone can use it for free. A good site for royalty free brand mascots is Toons4biz.com. Part of the problem is the plethora of clipart available on the Internet today. If you do a search for restaurant food clipart, you'll get pages and pages of obscure images executed in a wide variety of styles. It's difficult, if not almost virtually impossible to assemble an effective brand building set from a variety of sources. The best solution is to find a clipart supplier that has pre-assembled sets executed by a single artist in a consistent style. One source, Toons4biz.com, has several clipart sets built around different types of food characters specifically designed for restaurant promotion. These cartoon characters include a chef hat, pizza slice, taco, beer mug, chili pepper, steak and others designed as a brand mascot much like the Jolly Green Giant or the Pillsbury Doughboy. Each comes in a clipart set with many versions of the character, and logo templates, so restaurant owners can build a robust marketing and brand building campaign around the character. 1. Colorization - there's a lot of great black and white clipart available. One of the best things about black and white clipart is that it's often easy to colorize. And if you've got a black and white image, colorizing it will make it uniquely your own. But how can you colorize clipart? Isn't that impossible? No, it's not. All you need is a program which allows you to edit graphics.