As illustrator I ask myself on how to maintain the freshness of the images that I create manually.Often it is not easy because when I vectorize a bitmap I always find a myriad of nodes that .... I do not want!The software I use, inkscape, has this problem: for each bitmap vectorized it finds, because of its excessive sensitivity, too many nodes.This was a big problem because, honestly said, it made me lose the will to make images manually ("If I have to lose hours to eliminate unnecessary... continue reading
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Working with Inkscape:Saving a .svg file to an .eps fileOne way to solve a bitmap problem.If you have accidental blurs, transparencies, gradients etc and you are trying to save to an .EPS (inkscape) you will need to find them and fix it, before this will work.Everytime you "draw" a shape or color it records each step.This is one way to find a problem..nullOpen your file to inkscape and chose your illustration.Under Edit: Open XML editorand then Open Fill and Stroke... continue reading
Raster images are made up tiny solid color areas called pixels. Every pixel contains information about color and placement.The number of pixels determines the resolution of the image. A bitmap image of 600 pixels enlarged by 500% will have the same number of pixels but each pixel will cover a larger area and this results in a pixelated image. Unlike raster images, vector files are generated by programs (Ai, Corel) which combine mathematical functions and coordinates that allow them to be stored in... continue reading
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