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Watercolor Fox Digital Graphics

This is a fun & colorful collection of watercolor animals! They are hand-painted & look amazing on light & paper backgrounds!


• 4 Watercolor Foxes as pictured.

• Files are all unique sizes, but for example, the long walking fox is saved as follows: 3088x2752 pixels at 300 DPI in a PSD file, and 3088x2752 pixels at 72 DPI in PNG files. All files are saved as a PSD & PNG format for easy designing.

• Backgrounds & watermarks not included


For those intending to use these for use on items for distribution, commercial branding, or resell, the purchase of an extended use license is required.


• Deer:

• Bears:

• Foxes:

• Bunnies:

• Hedgehogs:

• Buy the watercolor paper background, as pictured in the third image, here:

Do NOT redistribute these files in their original, digital form, sell them in an un-flattened format (for example, in a layered psd file), or sell as a template.

Thanks so much and let me know if you have any questions!

More collections coming soon!

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