When do we use arrows? The most common cases are to show a path from A to B or a circular process. However, the area of usage of a handdrawn arrow can be wider, and here we will show a few examples.
The arrow is a very flexible element: it can be used as a separate graphical element, or as a background … Let’s find out several cases where we can apply hand-drawn arrows.
>> download an editable set of Handdrawn Arrows here
Case #1: Circular diagram
Case #2: Process Flowchart
In the image above you can see the example o the flow diagram in charcoal style.
Case #3: Organizational Charts That Look Different
Case #4: Presenting trip routes or places on a map
Case #5: Showing a Timeline of Events
You can easily create such an authentic timeline with simple forms in 2 minutes or use this pre-designed slide. The color, style, and filling can be changed.
Here’s another variant of arrow timelines, for those who prefer a flat style. The gray arrow on the background is almost inconspicuous and looks good in the tandem with teardrop shapes.
Check out 7 types of timeline design here.
What’s inside Hand drawn Arrows set?
The collection contains 124 various arrow vector shapes on 22 slides in 3 hand-drawn graphical styles: charcoal line, ink lines with scribble filling, and freehand doodle pencil style. You can choose colors to correspond with your brand and the color scheme and layout of your presentation. All arrows and shapes are editable vector artwork so you can adjust them as needed, using standard PowerPoint tools. And they remain razor-sharp also if you resize them, unlike bitmap pictures.
The arrow collection consists of:
- single-line arrows (one-way, double-way): line and wide style
- basic shapes (rectangle, circle, oval)
- usage examples:
All arrows and chart examples above are from our infoDiagram PowerPoint Diagrams collection. It contains arrow shapes in various styles, which can be easily edited and added to other presentations.