Drawing atoms from the periodic table isn’t too hard, but it is pretty time-consuming. So take advantage of my handiwork with these diagrams of the first 20 elements in the periodic table. I’ve drawn them in three different styles: Outline, Solid Black, and Valence Shell. Or grab the Bundle for all three.
Each of the style sets contains 3 sets of 20 images in black and white. One set has the atom’s symbol on the nucleus, the second has the number of protons and neutrons, and the third has an unlabeled nucleus. There are also several blank models for explaining processes and for worksheets, with full electron shells and with empty shells. Each individual set has 76 files; the bundle has 212 files in total.
The font used in this set is Alegreya Bold, a free font by Juan Pablo del Peral, in case you would like to use it in your project.