Post-Digital Collage Cutouts (100 PNG)
Post-Digital Collage Cutouts Based on Paintings of Henri Rousseau (100 PNG)
Perfect for your architectural drawings, sections, elevations, plans, post digital drawings, architectural collage, 3D views and renderings
Based on the paintings of Henri Rousseau (1844-1910)
Henri Julien Félix Rousseau was a French post-impressionist painter in the Naïve or Primitive manner.
Includes: character cutouts, animals, wild animals, plants, trees, shrubs, facades, buildings, groups of people, a ship and more.
Everything is backgroundless (transparent background) and saved in PNG format. Just download and put it in Photoshop or Illustrator. Most post-digital drawings and architectural collage are based on vintage cutouts of people, animals, plants and other objects.
File format: High Quality PNG (Transparent background)
The files are based on public domain illustrations from the arts
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Once bought, you are free to use the product without giving attribution.
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Products can’t be sold without being part of a bigger artwork like a drawing, collage, rendering, poster or any other work combining Studio Alternativi’s digital products with other graphic or digital elements.
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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