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Q: Having problems with checkout using Internet Explorer 8, 9, and 10?
A: Shoppers who want to continue using Internet Explorer 8, 9, and 10 to access secure pages of the Volusion software (storefront checkout pages) can do this by making some simple changes to their Inernet Explorer browser settings.
1. On the Internet Explorer main menu, select Tools > Internet Options
2. In the Internet Options box, select the Advanced tab.
3. In the Security category, uncheck Use SSL 3.0 and check Use TLS 1.0, Use TLS 1.1, and Use TLS 1.2 (if available).
4. Click OK
5. Exit and restart Internet Explorer.
Note it is important to check consecutive versions. Not selecting consecutive versions (e.g. checking TLS 1.0 and 1.2, but not checking 1.1) could result in connection errors.

Q: Can I use the character in my logo?
A: Our characters are designed specifically for use as brand mascots and to be incorporated as part of a logo or brand building campaign. If you need help designing the logo, we are also a full service ad agency that can help you with this and other services. Call 816-246-8530.

Q: Can I put the character on a t-shirt or something and sell it?
A: Yes, you can sell our images as part of a physical product. The only restriction is that you cannot sell it or give it away for free AS PART OF A CLIPART COLLECTION.

Q: Can I get the art right NOW?
A: Yes. All our stock art is delivered via instant download immediately available after your purchase.

Q: Can I modify the character?
A: Yes. Please feel free to modify the art to suit your purposes.

Q: How do I download images?
A: After you complete the purchase process, you’ll be lead to a page with a download link. Simply double click on it to download a copy to your hard drive.

Q: How do I get the TOONS4BIZ watermark off the image?
A: Simply pay for, and download the image. The downloadable images have no watermark, which is only on preview images to prevent unauthorized use.

Q: Why can’t I open the image I downloaded?
A: It requires some type of image editing software such as Photoshop or Illustrator or Freehand to open the actual document, but you should be able to “import” or “place” the image inside a program like Word, Powerpoint, Publisher, Dreamweaver, Flash, Quark or Indesign, and see it from inside the project you are working on.

Q: What is the TM trademark symbol for?
A: The TM trademark symbol lets people know this is a licensed image protected by copyright laws and not for use without paying for it. Our customers get the royalty free rights for the images they purchase.

Q: Can I use an image for free?
A: I’m afraid not. Our art is designed for business owners, professionals and organizations that want a step up from the free stuff.

Q: Can I get exclusive rights to a character?
A: Toons4biz retains the copyright to all our stock illustrations, and when you buy an image, you get the royalty free rights to use it. If you want to own the rights to a character, we have to design a custom character for you.

Q: Can I get the images on a CD?
A: We can do that for a modest up charge. Please call 816-246-8530 to discuss.

Q: What’s the difference between high resolution and low resolution images?
A: Low resolution images are generally suitable for Web sites and other electronic applications. High resolution images are better suited for print applications where higher quality is needed.

Q: What is a vector image?
A: Vector images are always high resolution and can be scaled infinitely without losing any quality or pixelization. These images are best for print applications, silkscreening and vinyl cutting used for signs.

Q: What is a raster image?
A: A raster image is a bitmapped image that is made up of tiny squares of color. The bigger you enlarge the image, the more apparent the square, or pixels, become. Our characters come in both high and low resolution raster formats. Basically, low resolution raster images are 72 dots per inch (dpi) and high resolution are 300 dpi.

Q: What is a jpeg?
A: A jpeg is a raster or bitmapped image format wherein the image is made up of tiny squares of color. The bigger you enlarge the image, the more apparent the square, or pixels, become. Our characters come in both high and low resolution raster formats. Basically, low resolution raster images are 72 dots per inch (dpi) and high resolution are 300 dpi.

Q: What is an eps?
A: A vector image is high resolution and can be scaled infinitely without losing any quality or pixelization. These images are best for print applications, silkscreening and vinyl cutting used for signs.

Q: How much does an individual image cost?
A: Pricing varies depending on the character and the size, or resolution, of an image. Click on the image and see the chart below it for related pricing.

Q: How much does a clipart set cost?
A: Pricing varies depending on the character. Click on the image and see the chart below it for related pricing.

Q: How much does a custom character, logo design or animation cost?
A: Each custom project is unique and we have to quote them individually. Call me and we can discuss your needs. 816-246-8530.

Q: Can I get black and white versions of the art?
A: Yes, we provide black and white version on request only for a modest up charge. Call 816-246-8530.

Q: Why are some characters vector and some raster?
A: Older images are raster. Newer ones are vector. We are currently working on updating the older raster images to vector format.