The frame border in the picture is called the conventionalized leaf border and we have drawn it in Inkscape vector software.

2D CAD file has been obtained by importing the vector file into Rhinoceros 3D CAD software and by exporting it. This is a picturesque example of how borders of various shapes and sizes can be quickly created with simple design elements. We drew a rectangular frame of desired dimensions, within which we arranged a simple leaf design. As the leaves overlapped in the corners, we had to trim them to adjust. On this frame border, the leaves were arranged at a certain spacing, but if you wish, you could also arrange them with an overlap and trim them afterwards. The Array command (or whatever its name in the software you  use) allows you to arrange within the border, and it is available in almost all drawing software to arrange elements by line, circle, rectangle, surface, etc. A frame border design like this is more time-consuming, but in many cases its appearance is nicer and more complex.

 

Conventionalized leaf border vector
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Available file formats

You can download leaf border vector in 2D CAD (.dwg) or vector (.svg and .eps) file formats.

 

This way of drawing borders is often used in practice, so it is a good thing to have a collection ready of drawn design elements from which you can quickly choose the one that suits you. We would like to point out that you can use several different design elements to form a border, and guess what - the right choice of these elements will add to the beauty of the border!

We have colored the border with 2 shades of brown in vector software, though you will also find an unpainted version inside the files prepared for you.

 

Download DWG 2D CAD file format
Download EPS vector file format
Download SVG vector file format

Submitted by Ceh Jan