Illustrated Powerpoint Templates and Google Slides Themes

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Free Illustrated Slide Templates for an Engaging Slideshow

Flex your creative genius with these illustrated PowerPoint templates. This inspiring collection of slides is perfect for your next school or work project, or even as a personal brainstorming session. Go ahead, get wild! You’ll find themes in this stack for witchy storybooks, vintage fairy tales, super hero comics, Halloween, farmers markets, pumpkins, disability education, cherry blossoms, skull and bones, smart farming, team building, gaming, yoga, and more.

Students, business owners, course creators, designers, artists, tech professionals, and everyone else will appreciate these versatile slides. Download in Google Slides, PowerPoint, or Canva in a few quick clicks. Easily edit your template in Canva.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you illustrate in PowerPoint?

Choose the slide you want to illustrate, put your digital pen to the screen, and then draw. If you don’t have a digital pen you can use your mouse by moving your cursor to the lower left corner of the window, clicking the ink button, and selecting the pen or highlighter.

What to include in an illustrated presentation?

Your illustrated presentation is uniquely yours, but it might include the following:

  • Title, Intro, Summary, Content, and Contact slides
  • Balanced text and graphics
  • Visually appealing images and photos
  • Matching color scheme and font combo
  • Well-chosen animation effects 
  • Video clips of past events or projects

How to make a good illustrated presentation?

To make a good illustrated portfolio, focus on the visuals. Choose colors that compliment each other, such as orange and blue or cream and brown, and fonts that suit the style of your theme. Contrast light and dark elements in each slide. Go for a rustic, hand-drawn look or a more modern, polished effect.