Vector People - YouCutout Set 02
YouCutout Project - Set 02!
The internet is full of random people cutouts and illustrations, most of them are white, thin and very similar to each other.
We wanted to create real people illustrations to make our architectural presentation as real as possible. We invited friends, followers and people from all over the world who collaborate with us to send their personal photos and we illustrated their characters!
Set 02 includes: Razan, Adan, Maisam, Nastia, May, Tial, Divya, Ebe and his family, Maya, Juman, Amit, Parth and Chen.
Illustrations by Anais Simaan
File format: AI, Compatible with Adobe Illustrator
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RAR / ZIP Folders
Please use WINRAR - a free software to open the compressed folder.
AI Vector Files
Please use Adobe Illustrator to open the files
ABR (Photoshop Brushes)
1. Open Adobe Photoshop
2. Open the Brushes Panel: Window > Brushes
3. Select Import Brushes
4. Locate the .abr file on your hard drive and click open to install
5. The brushes will appear in your Brushes Panel whenever the Brush Tool is selected