Easter Egg Symbols for Illustrator CC CS6 CS5 inc. holiday, shells, stars royalty free shapes

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Works with: Adobe Illustrator

Format: AI

License: Extended Commercial, royalty free

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Easter Egg Symbols for Illustrator gallery (#27) 220 Easter Eggs / Artworks for Adobe AI CC 2015 CS4 CS5 CS6 CS3 CS2 CS1 2014 16 15 etc royalty free vector graphics.

 

Commercial (CU4CU) use, all by Andrew Buckle / graphicxtras.com, all royalty free, you can use them to create logos, books, adverts, packaging, leaflets, cards, posters and much more.

 

The Easter eggs colorful shapes can be modified, broken apart, distorted, transformed, exported to other applications and much more.

 

The set includes all the paths in AI format as well as documentation and a gallery and a serial number for future updates.

Illustrator Easter Egg Symbols gallery (#94) 100 Pastel themed shapes for use throughout the application. Commercial (CU4CU) use as well as personal use, all are by Andrew Buckle / graphicxtras.com.

Easter symbols for Illustrator

What do I receive

The set is sent by shareit.com by an e-mail download. Once you receive that, you can download the set for 14 days (you can also get an extended download time). Once you have downloaded the set, inflate the supplied zip file and you will find a selection of AI files (containing the artwork / presets etc) as well as manual (giving details on the installation etc) as well as serial (for use with any future updates of the set as well as any replacements). The set also includes a gallery of all the artworks but you can quickly create a similar as well as bigger artwork gallery via the vector set

 

What can I do with them

You can use them in your projects, commercial as well as personal. You can use them to create new items that can be used to create new items for sale / CU4CU. You receive full extended license and can use them in any way you wish. All the presets are by graphicxtras.com / Andrew Buckle. You can use them in retailing, creating hats, fashions, presentations, molds, 3D products, packaging, scrap booking, web pages, html documents, web sites, SVG documents, adverts, videos, video presentations, tutorials, etc. You can use them with no time constraints, no time limits on their usage as well. You can also use them world wide.

 

How to use them with new creative cloud features

The creative cloud has thown up a number of new features of late such as the powerful libraries feature. Already I have 30+ different libraries of material for all kinds of projects and as the material is stored on the creative cloud server I can feel happy the material is safe and secure. You can add all the presets from the above sets into the CC libraries so all the material is quickly accessible without the need to re-open the AI files. The most recent 2015 release (.2) includes a nice new dynamic feature where the shapes can be changed without updating the source or master. The sets above are all in the old static approach but you can quickly update them to the new dynamic feature by dragging the static presets out to the artboard and back into the panel and save them as dynamic (ok, it is a few steps but it is a pity that there is no auto process or just AI taking all static items and converting them internally unless otherwise requested not to). The dynamic status means the artwork can changed by selecting the instance with the direct selection tool. You can change a blue instance into a green or red instance and still the master is untouched. You can also add other effects to this new relationship as well such as blurs as well as changes to the strokes.

 

Related items

You may find the Easter Egg Fonts of interest and use, they can be used in PSP and Pages etc as well as Adobe AI

 

How to open them

You can use the AI file supplied just by using the open command but they are not really much use as they are only for that file then. To use them as true presets then you need to open them via the presets panel and the right side menu. Either place the AI file into the presets folder or use the browser feature in that right side menu. Personally I prefer to browse for them but it is just as easy to copy all the AI files into the correct folder. Once you have a preset panel open, you can also scroll through all the presets sets you have in that folder via the triangle buttons at the bottom of the presets panel. Select one of the egg presets and that is automatically added to the document's panel and this means the artwork can now be edited and changed in all kinds of ways as well as changing it from static to dynamic (a new feature added to the CC subscription)