Costums and Character’s Shapes

folder in photoshop shapes by userAll-Silhouettes.com on dateJuly 11th, 2008
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costume and characters shapes

One more interesting set of Photoshop shapes – characters from different times and situations. It this set you can find shapes of mags and wizards, superman and legionary, cowboy and butcher, policemen, clown, priest, tuorist, waiter, conductor, princess and even statue of liberty.

Size:3 mb
Format: csh (What Is Photoshop Shape and how you can install them)
License: free for all (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
Homepage: people silhouettes

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You can find vector vertion of this shapes on its homepage

free vector silhouettes of people

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About the author

Hello. I'm Stanislav from Ukraine. I was helping Stanly in creating content for Dezignus. Now I create my own blog All-Silhouettes.com where I'm going share all kinds of vector silhouettes and shapes :people, creatures, signs, ornaments, grunge elements, symbols and some creative arsenal stuff. I'm sure you'll like it. Good luck!

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