Inspired by Tutankhamun, Nefertiti and the treasures of ancient Egypt, this collection offers designers an array of original illustrations, icons and design templates for perfecting your own Egyptian themed projects.
The product of countless hours of research, this set highlights the rich, decorative imagery of ancient Egypt to provide you with a ready-made library of assets to use in projects such as posters, invitations, web pages, educational presentations and more.
Formats include the native Adobe Illustrator CC files (AI) along with a legacy version saved for CS1 and above. Photoshop users can take advantage of the backgrounds and frames in their layered PSD versions which retain moveable objects and text paths, plus i’ve also included clear JPG files (without text) for customers with alternative editing software. All of the individual elements are also also included in vector AI and high-resolution, transparent PNG formats. Whatever software you’re using, you’ll find a format to suit.
Six ready-made Egyptian design templates.
Individual elements for creating your own designs from scratch.
Three high-resolution antique paper textures.
Help file with details and links to all fonts used.
Vector - Adobe Illustrator AI (CC)
Vector - Legacy Adobe Illustrator AI (CS1)
PSD - Layered Adobe Photoshop (inc moveable objects and text paths)
JPG - Simplified, flat versions of templates (for use in all editing software)
PNG - High resolution, transparent individual artwork files.
Professional Vector Illustrations by Wing’s Art - 100% Editable.
Live Effects within Adobe Illustrator, e.g. stroke weights, gradients, blurs etc.
4 colour filters, Black and White, Sepia, Warm and Cool.
Seamless hieroglyphic pattern included in Illustrator files.
Pre-set text paths, just click and edit.
Simple and clear layer structure.
Links to fonts included - All free to use
As an introductory offer you can save $5 off the normal purchase price when you buy this set before June 9th. That’s just one week, so if you’d like to design like an Egyptian, why wait?