Moshi – 3D Character Graphics

This is a collection of 12 toon kitten character images. Moshi is cute and furry and a lot of fun in a lot of ways. Good for any meme, blog post, or whatever you want to include it with. This is not a full set, but a sampler. If you like Moshi please ‘Like’ this set and maybe post on the Laughingbird Facebook page and let me know. If I get enough interest I may do an entire set in the future!

Product Features

  • 12 total images
  • Cute and furry

Specifications

  • Use with The Graphics Creator 8 downloadable software: It’s loaded with built-in tools, so you can learn fast and get your design project done in no time
  • Transparent PNG images 

Installation:

The easiest way to use these elements is to create a folder ‘somewhere’ on your computer that is convenient to you. Since these graphics were created by SadDuck, I would suggest creating a folder called /SadDuck

Navigate to the /SadDuck folder and create a folder for this element pack. I would suggest /Moshi

Now, unzip the downloaded file into /SadDuck/Moshi ( or whatever you chose to name your folder )

If there is a EULA file included in the zip file, you may DELETE it as it is now outdated. Use of these graphics is now covered by the Laughingbird Software license agreement. 

To use these images in the Graphics Creator, simply open the Graphics Creator and open a template or begin a new template. Open the folder your Moshi images are in and simply drag and drop an image onto your Graphics Creator canvas. It really is just that easy.

If you would like to install this image set in the Graphics Creator, simply drag your image folder  /SadDuck/Moshi ( or what ever you named it ) to your /Laughingbird Documents/Logo Elements folder.

If Graphics Creator is open, close it. Now open it again. Start a new template or open an existing template. Click on the Elements button at the top. Look under the Elements menu on the left and click on Logo Elements. Scroll down till you see SadDuck ( or what ever you named your folder ) Click on that and you should see the Moshi folder. Click on that and you will see the images in the menu below the folder. Ready to use.

Putting all the images you get from SadDuck into this same /SadDuck folder is a good way to keep your images organized and to know at a glance what you have available!

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This is a collection of 12 toon kitten character images. Moshi is cute and furry and a lot of fun in a lot of ways. Good for any meme, blog post, or whatever you want to include it with. This is not a full set, but a sampler. If you like Moshi please ‘Like’ this set and maybe post on the Laughingbird Facebook page and let me know. If I get enough interest I may do an entire set in the future!

Product Features

  • 12 total images
  • Cute and furry

Specifications

  • Use with The Graphics Creator 8 downloadable software: It’s loaded with built-in tools, so you can learn fast and get your design project done in no time
  • Transparent PNG images 

Installation:

The easiest way to use these elements is to create a folder ‘somewhere’ on your computer that is convenient to you. Since these graphics were created by SadDuck, I would suggest creating a folder called /SadDuck

Navigate to the /SadDuck folder and create a folder for this element pack. I would suggest /Moshi

Now, unzip the downloaded file into /SadDuck/Moshi ( or whatever you chose to name your folder )

If there is a EULA file included in the zip file, you may DELETE it as it is now outdated. Use of these graphics is now covered by the Laughingbird Software license agreement. 

To use these images in the Graphics Creator, simply open the Graphics Creator and open a template or begin a new template. Open the folder your Moshi images are in and simply drag and drop an image onto your Graphics Creator canvas. It really is just that easy.

If you would like to install this image set in the Graphics Creator, simply drag your image folder  /SadDuck/Moshi ( or what ever you named it ) to your /Laughingbird Documents/Logo Elements folder.

If Graphics Creator is open, close it. Now open it again. Start a new template or open an existing template. Click on the Elements button at the top. Look under the Elements menu on the left and click on Logo Elements. Scroll down till you see SadDuck ( or what ever you named your folder ) Click on that and you should see the Moshi folder. Click on that and you will see the images in the menu below the folder. Ready to use.

Putting all the images you get from SadDuck into this same /SadDuck folder is a good way to keep your images organized and to know at a glance what you have available!

SadDuck Joined: August 2020