Welcome to the WikiVoc project, which plans to eventually provide a large set of good and clear SVG images allowing Illustrated Dictionary creation. These illustrations set will be freely usable to make educational books, website, and courses.
You are free to use the graphics we have made so far and we invite you to join us in our work.
Public domain images that you can use freely
These images should all be under Public Domain license, which let you free to cite or not creators. But we encourage users to let know that images come from the Commons based "WikiVoc Project".
Of course, you can use all them for your own website. All this work is in the public domain. Legally, you can do what you like, but the moral conditions of use are that you state:
The project is still in its childhood. We have some guideline, but still considered some naming convention and other minor changes.
Inkscape (download me !) is the best choice to start within 10 mins: Inkscape is free, ready to download, and cross platform.
When launch: The Bezier Pencil (Shift+F6), and the Node tool (F2) will be your main tools. The Fill and Stroke boxes (Shift+Ctrl+F), and the Align and Distribute box (Shift+Ctrl+A) will allow you to colorate each form, and to specify the borders' size (2px or 1px is enough).
Did you know ...
We here provide teaching materials, we also worry about 'how the student brain work'. Accordingly, we follow modern communication theories, especially the Avoid Chartjunk rule : our image ar as much as possible free of all sementic polution.