Free: Badge Shapes – Hand Illustrated

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Presenting a handy collection of hand illustrated geometric shapes. These might come in handy for the next vintage badge project, retro t-shirt, poster, or whatever else your hand-illustrated-shape-needs might be.

Badge Shapes - Hand Illustrated

This collection includes 11 Shapes with 5 style variations of each shape. The 5 illustration styles included are Solid, Solid with an Outline, Single Thick Outline, Single Thin Outline, and Double Thin Outline. These were drawn by hand on paper, and then scanned into the computer and converted to individual vector .EPS files and transparent PNG files.

Included in this set:

All offered in both Vector .EPS and .PNG file formats (11 Illustrations x5 styles x2 formats = 110 files total).

Both file formats feature the isolated illustration in dark gray, with a completely transparent background.

The .PNG dimensions range from approx. 3,900px wide to 6,000px wide, based on original illustration size.

Included shape illustrations:

• Hexagon (with 5 styles)
• Square (with 5 styles)
• Triangle (with 5 styles)
• Pentagon Shield (with 5 styles)
• Trapezoids Combo (with 5 styles)
• Octagon (with 5 styles)
• Rhombus (with 5 styles)
• Rectangle (with 5 styles)
• Pentagon (with 5 styles)
• Hexagon Stretched (with 5 styles)
• Circle (with 5 styles)

Zipped File Size: 12.8 MB

File Types Included: .EPS, .PNG

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22 lovely comments from our community

  1. david davis

    Hello and Thanks but….

    I’ m having a issue making clipping mask using the esp and png files. I can create vector shapes and make
    clipping mask OK. I read one blog that states that you cant using the clipping make option on esp files.
    Is that true.?If not I would appropriate knowing how to do this.

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    • Annabel Smith

      Oh no I am really sorry to hear that you are experiencing difficulty with clipping masks. If you can possibly email me over a few screenshots of what you are hoping to create at hello@designcuts.com, I can certainly take a closer look at this for you to help you further :).

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    Ellen

    You guys continue to knock it out of the park and you make me look great to my clients! Thank you, DesignCuts!

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    • Annabel Smith

      Wow, thank you so much for your super lovely comment Ellen, and it really means so much to us to hear that you find your DC resources are super useful for adding a special little something to your work :). Reading your kind words makes us so happy!

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    María

    Muchas gracias, será muy útil.

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    • Annabel Smith

      Yay we’re so glad that you think so María, and happy designing!

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    Liv E

    Thanks for this awesome gift!

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    • Annabel Smith

      Aww we’re so glad that you think so Liv, I hope that you like working with them!

      Reply
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    Nishreen

    Abundantly versatile & elegant – these hand-drawn geometricals are so useful.
    Thank you for sharing!

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    • Annabel Smith

      Woohoo that is awesome to hear Nishreen and I hope that these make for a great addition to your resource collection :).

      Reply

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