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Sea Gradient Herbarium

Hi guys!

I am happy to introduce you a gradient collections of hand drawn corals, algae and seaweed.

What is so special about this collection?

The present underwater design collection unites hand drawn techniques and digital media. All the objects were hand painted by ink, then scanned and converted into digital. To color algae and corals, I chose a very trendy method - gradient.

Why gradient is perfect for underwater plants? If you have ever dived and seen underwater gardens of corals, you could notice how light plays on objects when it goes through water. Gradients helps to repeat this effect the best creating an illusion of sunlight coming through the thickness of blue salty water.

You can find a lot of watercolor clip art, but this clipart is different: it imitates watercolor by means of applied complicated gradient that allows to get an interesting effect.

As there are vector files, you can easily use the applied gradient for any of your design project, just taking it by Eyedropper Tool.

The collection includes:

  • 1 EPS files with all 55 objects (algae, seaweed, corals);
  • 55 individual PNG files, 2000x2000 px, transparent background, 300 ppi;
  • 2 EPS10 files with underwater reef seascape backgrounds as per preview page;
  • 2 PNG files with appropriate backgrounds, 300 ppi, 2000x2300px and 2000x2000px sizes.

Check also another gradient collection of meadow herbs and flowers here: https://creativemarket.com/Nechayka/1338875-Gradient-Herbarium

Happy designing, With love, Julia

P.S. Please, be aware of standard and extended license terms.

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