Free Vector Ruler, Triangle & Protractor


Time for some geometry now ;) Here’s a set of vector rulers, triangles, L-shapes and protractors. It includes color, wood, steel and transparent plastic vector rulers in both metric and inch measure systems. The sizes are: ruler (12 inches / 30 centimeters); 60 degree triangle (10 inches / 25 centimeters); 45 degree triangle (6 inches / 15cm); L-shape ruler (12 inches / 30 centimeters); 180 degree protractor;

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Free Hi-Res Pencil Images – Textures

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Here is a collection of 45 high resolution pencil pictures (2000-6000px). I made a selection of various ones so this should come in handy. They are mainly no. 2 pencils of different lengths and colors (yellow, green, red, blue, wooden, black), new and old, worn out, broken, etc. The zip file also includes some carpenter pencils and charcoal pencils.

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Free Autumn Leaves Textures Backgrounds

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Taking advantage of nature’s best designs, here are some nice autumn leaves textures. These leaf “carpets” are always cool to use for design backgrounds so I grabbed the camera and took some pictures. The texture pack contains 22 images of fall color leaves. These are taken from above and there are no close-ups as I wanted to capture patterns.

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Free Hi-Res Leather Textures + Seamless

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So I gathered some scrap leather and anything I could get my hands on and here is a pack of high resolution suede and leather textures. There are 40 images at around 3000-4000px good for web design or print. I also made 10 seamless leather textures that you can use as backgrounds. In the zip there’s a html file so you can easily view how they look when tiled. These seamless textures are in three sizes 800x800px, 500x500px and 300x300px.

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Illustrator Tutorial Make a Glossy 3d PushPin


Here’s a simple illustrator tutorial on how to make a shinny 3d push pin using the Revolve Tool. If you only want to download some vector pushpins and adhesive notes check out my post here. Using the Revolving Tool can be a lot of fun in creating complex 3d objects out of a simple 2d path.

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