Know the animal kingdom with these animal vector silhouettes that are perfect to be utilized as animal flashcards, name tag stickers, paper puppets, and even for making your own action-packed animated animal videos. Animal vector silhouettes can be used as such to educate children using different media or even be useful for creating new animal images like, for example, adding a nose and ears or stripes on a tiger silhouette to give it a face and body.
There are may uses of vector animal silhouettes, which you can download from the templates we collected from all over the Internet in this article. Each of the template contains different animal silhouettes in high resolutions so you can maximize your downloads. The templates we offer in this article are available to download for free or license for a reasonable amount. They come in easy-to-modify PSD, Vector AI, and EPS formats, so all you have to do is to modify them according to your needs, print, and utilize however you want.
Depending on the type of animal you want, our collection includes examples of silhouettes, ranging from mammals, birds, fishes, and other sea creatures. They could also belong to different ecosystems like farms, oceans, forests, savannas, the arctic regions, or zoos. We also have domesticated pets and extinct animal examples of silhouettes.
Our animal kingdom silhouette collection includes:
One set has about 10 or more animal templates. Make sure to check if your desired animal silhouettes are in the sets you downloaded.
Black-and-white silhouettes are always a safe option for graphic designers who want to create new images using vector animal silhouettes. Aside from vectors, you can also achieve a sketch-like effect to your animal silhouettes or perhaps add fun patterns to make it look eye catching.
Some great effects you can add on your animal silhouette include:
Some image effects can be downloaded from the Adobe Photoshop website. You can also make use of image filters and other effects from other software applications. Remember to use the right amount of intensity in blending colors when dealing with filters.