1. Shapes4FREE – From coffee mugs to magnifying glasses, there are lots of shapes on this site that’ll enhance a web design or illustration, for example.
2. All Silhouettes – Sourced from all over the web, this vast hoard of free vector graphics and shapes is one that shouldn’t go untapped.
3. myPhotoshopBrushes – Free and fancy best describe the range of shapes on myPhotoshopBrushes, including steampunk designs and floral patterns.
4. deviantART – Yep, that’s right, there’s more to this community than the artists, with resources upon resources available to download and use for your own artwork, created by the site’s talented members.
5. pshero – Shapes on pshero come in the form of electric guitars, surfers, anchors and crowns, to name a few, and they’re high-quality and lots of fun.
6. PhotoshopShapes – Check out the latest uploads on this site of shapes, free to download and great for graphical projects, scrapbooking and illustrations too.
7. Adobe Photoshop Exchange – Join the Adobe community in its pursuit of quality resources. The content on this site ranges from web-based buttons, frames for artwork, and floral shapes for adding decoration to designs. Some are free and some come at a price.
8. Ladyoak – Sign up to Ladyoak for free to browse thousands of available custom shapes. Scale them up in Photoshop, overlay on your artwork and use them time and time again!
9. Fontonic – Sourcing shapes from all four corners of the web, here you can uncover the work of digital shape-cutting artists made for others to enjoy. Lots of choice here, with Premium shapes up for grabs too.
10. Photoshopedia – Shapes are only a small part of Photoshopedia, but there’s still a good range, from pens, instruments and animals, to sport-themed shapes and even Lion King-inspired designs.