Every shape is rendered using physically based lighting and materials. It might be possible to beat the quality of these renders, but it would be really hard.
Every image is included at 1280x1280 pixels so that you can use them as icons, illustrations, or even build high res hero images.
Of course! You can use any raster image editing application to change the colors. I highly recommend starting with the nearest base color (i.e. Red or Violet to create your own Pink instead of starting with Green). Many design and layout applications will allow you to adjust hue, saturation, brightness, and contrast without the help of an external image editor.
They are deliberately underexposed to ensure that none of the tonal range gets clipped. You can make edits to punch things up without fear of blown out highlights, crushed shadows, or clipped RGB channels. Unless you go too far. But that’s on you.
10000%. These graphics are a beautiful addition to any Keynote, PowerPoint, or Google Slides presentation.
These bundles are currently only available individually because the zip files are huge (average 5gb per pack).
Yep! Every image from Shapefest falls under the same license agreement for both personal and commercial use.
No, of course not. Seriously? License agreements were made for people like you.
The 10,208 images included with the free pack are all matte plastic. But you can grab a glossy plastic variation as an expansion pack. Rumor has it, if you try to sneak out of here without it… you might be offered a nice discount before you check out ;)
Try putting them on a black background ;)
Creating free assets consumes more time and resources than you might think — and creating this giant free pack gave me a lot of ideas about what else might be useful. Since it’s virtually impossible to make time and allocate resources to pumping out nothing but free resources, I’m offering additional packs of beautiful 3D images at a steep discount to keep this project going. The more people buy expansion packs, the more expansion packs you can count on in the future.
If this little project works out, you can count on plenty more shapes coming soon. Please let me know if you have something in mind.
Absolutely! As long as these are used as design elements and not redistributed as a library or sub-library, you’re all good.
Contact me with details and I'll be happy to take a look. My biggest restriction these days is time.