Shape sorted Chinese Character posters

Chinese character lists and posters tend to be sorted by frequency, or by radical or by pronounciation. None of these is very helpful if you are trying to lookup Chinese characters.
With that in mind, the shape sorted series of Chinese character posters show characters sorted consistently by shape. 

Using cangjie input codes to sort Chinese characters by shape

The C series uses Cangjie input codes as the basic sorting mechanism.
What are Cangjie input codes?
Cangjie input codes are a way of inputting Chinese characters based on their shape (or if you like, their elements). With this method you can actually touch Type Chinese characters even if you don't know how they are pronounced. 
Because this system maps 24 basic shapes to 24 elements of the English alphabet, it's actually a way of alphabetizing Chinese characters. Sort of. At the very least, the nice thing about using cangjie input codes to lookup characters is that the system is fairly consistent. The first element is always the left most or uppermost or surrounding element. 

Using the Easy shape system to index Chinese characters

E series posters are sorted using the Easy shape system. Where sorting by cangjie input code means you have to be familiar with 24 basic shapes (and their derivatives), the easy shape system is based on 12 basic shapes (each with up to 16 derivatives, though this limit may change!).
The easy shape system is designed to specifically to make Chinese character lookup easy. 

Indexing Chinese characters via their first or final element

Series 1 and series 3 variations. For both the C and E series there are 1 and 3 suffixes. C1 and E1 are both sorted by the initial shape or element of a character. C3 and E3 are both sorted via the final shape or element of a character. 

The benefits of indexing Chinese characters via their final element

Why bother with indexing characters via their final element? In some cases Chinese characters with the same final element have the same pronouncation or similiar pronounciation. So when using the PRS variants, with the C3 or E3 series you can see these characters together which may make it easier for you to learn their pronounciation.

In terms of cangjie input codes, seeing characters with the same final elements grouped together will help you to get a better grasp of how cangjie input codes vary across different types of characters.

Note that the current series of PDF posters focuses only on Traditional Chinese characters.

C1 series shape sorted Chinese character posters

The C1 series sorts characters via the first element of their cangjie input code. Each set in the C1 series includes over 7000 characters on 5 pages.

C1 Trad cangjie includes cangjie input codes in letter and symbol format for each character.
Buy now: 38$
C1 Trad PRS includes pinyin (mandarin pronounciation), radical (symbol and number) and stroke count.
Buy now: $28
C1 Trad English includes the English definition for each character.
Buy now: $28
You can also buy all three together as part of the C1 bundle.
Buy now: $72

C3 series shape sorted Chinese character PDF posters

The c3 series sorts characters via the final element of their cangjie input code. Each set in the C3 series includes the same 7000+ characters as the C1 set divided over 5 pages.

C3 Trad cangjie includes cangjie input codes in letter and symbol format for each character.
Buy now: 38$
C3 Trad PRS includes pinyin (mandarin pronounciation), radical (symbol and number) and stroke count.
Buy now: $28
C3 Trad English includes the English definition for each character.
Buy now: $28
You can also buy all three together as part of the C3 bundle.
Buy now: $72