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article imageFind Cartoons, Clipart Using Google Image Search

Google Search has added new features in its image search section. We can now find cartoons and clip arts besides faces and photos.
Previously Google Image Search added a face search in images, where the images sorted only with face pictures. It also had a photo search in images.
Now it has added two more features to find cartoons and clip artwork in images.
The Google blog mentioned the following about the new features:
Many of us use Google Image Search to find imagery of people, clip art for presentations, diagrams for reports, and of course symbols and patterns for artistic inspiration. Unfortunately, searching for the perfect image can be challenging if the search results match the meaning of your query but aren't in a style that's useful to you.
Now you can find almost anything in images.
Here is an example, when you search for Bush, you can search images by news content, then it shows the following:
Search images by news content in Google.
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Search images by news content in Google.
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If you search by Clip art, then it will provide some arts pictures.
Search clip art images in Google.
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Search clip art images in Google.
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If you search by Line art, then it provides cartoons of Bush.
Search cartoons in Google Images.
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Search cartoons in Google Images.
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Similarly you can restrict images search by faces, photos, or by any content (which is default in Google Image Search).
To choose the various option, click the drop-down tool next to image sizes below the search tool.
Google image search has just become a powerful tool by being able to analyze the images by faces, photos, line drawings, cartoons, signs and other characteristics present in images. The only thing is missing is the “Creative Commons” tag, because not all images are copyright-free images.
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