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Elementary Students Jumping

Bringing Childhood Joy to Your Architectural Vision - Elementary Students Jumping

Elementary Students Jumping for Revit



With our extensive Revit People Collection, we offer diversity like no other, offering various figures depicting people engaging in different activities. This specific product shows elementary students jumping, adding dynamics and life to your architectural drawings, be it a school playground or a park.


Each item in our collection is designed with adaptability in mind. The color of the human silhouettes can be easily changed to your specific project needs, fitting seamlessly into your architectural vision.


Keeping in mind the importance of detail in architecture, our collection is crafted with high-resolution vector-based silhouettes. This makes it possible for you to use these figures even at large scales without compromise on detail or quality.

See in action

Leap into Imagination: Witness Elementary Students Jumping to Life in Your Architectural Plans - Watch Our Demo Video Now!



Our Revit People Collection is organized around themes to better cater to your projects. Afraid your airport structure would feel too cold and impersonal? Add our figure sets to make it more approachable and realistic.


These figures are not just aesthetically pleasing but also super user-friendly. Each collection can be combined with other collections, allowing for flexibility and resourcefulness in your design process.


Our figures are designed based on real people from our time, partaking in current activities. This adds a sense of freshness and relevance to your architectural drawings, making them relatable and appealing to your audience.





5 revit detail items

License and delivery

One time purchase for 15 devices

Licensed for home and commercial use

Your download link will be delivered by e-mail with detailed instruction for installing the product; there is no CD or DVD

Support included via technical forums and e-mail.


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Elementary Students Jumping



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