Stock Isometric People
People are often listed as among the hardest subjects to draw. Why not use these for your project instead? Mathisworks people are detailed, diverse, and consistent.
Royalty-free files include high-quality JPEGs, as well as vector EPS files that can be exported to SVG or PDF. Use as icons, avatars, or figures for infographics, publications, print, or web, or simply plug them into the isometric world you're creating.
People use a variety of smart phones, tablets, laptops, and other computer devices including a smart watch and smart glasses. Men and women are dressed for a variety of professions including business, healthcare, construction and the trades. Others are dressed casually.
People at work
People wear uniforms or are dressed for work, including: barista; firefighter; scientist; astronaut; lab technician; construction workers; delivery man; dentist; business man; doctors; business women; a nurse; mechanic; police officer; soldier; pilot; surgeon; chef; office worker; sanitation worker; and a postal carrier.
Doctors and patients
Your image includes a caretaker with a man in a wheelchair; lab technicians; a mother with her small children; a man wearing scrubs; a man with a cast and crutches; a pregnant woman; a newborn baby; men and women in lab coats; a senior man with an oxygen tank; surgeons; patients in hospital gowns; business people; an elderly woman holding prescription medication; a man in a wheelchair with a nurse taking his blood pressure; and a senior woman with a walker.
Every day people
Ordinary people are included in this set, typically seen in a casual neighborhood setting or street scene. A man walks his dog; a policeman stands watch; a man walks with crutches; a woman walks with a baby in a stroller/pram. Other people are dressed casually, young and old, representing diverse ethnicities.
Sports and fitness people
Icons represent the following activities: cycling; yoga; weight training; volleyball; table tennis; football (American); cricket; general fitness (a woman on a bathroom scale); golf; inline skating; core exercises; basketball; football (soccer); spa/sauna treatments; running; hockey; baseball; walking, and tennis.