If you’re in need of speech bubble vectors for your comic strip, comic book, or art project, look no further because you’ve come to the right place. Here’s set of free speech bubble vectors for you to download.
1 Abode Illustrator file containing all the speech bubble vectors (Illustrator 10 and above)
1 EPS file containing all the speech bubbles (For other vector programs)
21 Speech bubble pngs
1 Speech Bubble Pack overview sheet
1 Creative Common Attribution License (In case you’re wondering what you can and can’t do with this speech bubble pack.)
By far the best way to use this speech bubble pack is with Adobe Illustrator. In the Adobe Illustrator file I’ve included in the download, you’ll find that all the word balloons are also available as symbols in the symbol library. This means that you can open up your comic strip or image and drag the speech bubble you want right into your image. Furthermore, in Illustrator you can right click and press “Break Link to Symbol” in order to edit the individual vector points of each of the speech bubbles, allowing your you make changes to the speech bubbles.
If you’re using a vector editing program other than Adobe Illustrator, you can open the EPS file that’s also included in the download. If you prefer using images rather than vectors, I’ve also included PNGs of each of the word balloons that you can place directly into your document if you’re using Photoshop or another image editing software.
Almost anything, since this work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution License. You can use these word balloons for your comic strips, children’s books, illustrations and other images. I only ask that you attribute my name, Tim van de Vakk, and a link to Creating Comics: www.timvandevall.com.
Under absolutely no circumstances may you take this speech bubble pack and resell it, or make a derivative speech bubble template and sell that. That would be very sleazy, especially considering I’m giving it away for free. If you’re selling a comic strip or other work of art that is using these speech bubbles as part of the art, that’s perfectly fine. If in doubt, please feel free to contact me.
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