9 different Walt Disney Mickey Mice logo head, hand and ears silhouette vector images. These templates can be downloaded for free in dxf, svg, eps, pdf, png, cdr, dwg and stl file formats.
Mickey Mouse’s birthday is November 18, 1928. We first met him in the movie Steamboat Willie in Colony Theatre in New York. It was created by cartoonist Walter Elias Disney who feared mice a lot. Walter Elias Disney had financial difficulties because he did not have a newspaper to publish his cartoons. He lived in a church room because he had no regular income. Mice were visiting this room now and then. Scared of them, Disney began to draw mice pictures to defeat this fear. This situation has laid the ground for the birth of the most famous cartoon hero of the world. From 1929 onwards, this adventurous mouse was in children’s books, mascots, key chains and toys making its creator very rich. (I had a lovely Mickey Mouse shorts when I was a kid, too :) Mickey Mouse was the first cartoon character to win a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1978.
Mickey appealed to all of us with his red short, yellow shoes and white gloves. Goofy, Donald Duck, Pluto and his darling Minnie Mouse – many generations grew up with their friendship. We still haven’t forgotten Mickey Mouse characters. In this project, we have made the Magic Kingdom Castle, Mickey Mouse logo, head, hand and ears vector drawings. We haven’t forgotten Minnie Mouse, either.
As always, we have converted these drawings into 8 different file formats with hard work.
Vector or graphic file seekers can download EPS and PNG files.
If you are looking for a cutting file for cutting machines like Cricut, you can download the Disney Mickey Mouse SVG file for free.
The PDF file is printable. You can use this as an outline template. Thus it can be used as a coloring page and a craft template.
For CNC-based cutting machines, you must download DXF and DWG files. We made the drawings of these files manually and made them compatible with the cutting machines. That’s why they’re clean and smooth. In addition, the CDR file can be used in laser cutting machines. With Corel Draw, you can scale this drawing.
The STL file has 3 dimensions. You can give different forms to this design by using 3D CAD software.
You can also visit the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse if you are looking for fun activities for children.
These designs are intended for the personal use of Mickey Mouse fans. Copyright and property rights belong to The Walt Disney Company. They must never be used commercially without the permission of the copyright holder.