I made a cmus icon for my pager with inkscape.
this icon is licenced under the Do What The Fuck You Want To Public License.
Yey something new !
I’ve made the Mackapar Media logo on inkscape.
“Mackapar Media” is a fictional company from the game 0x10c made by Markus Persson, Mojang.
It’s been a long time I haven’t shared an artwork here.
I’ve been really busy studying OOP and ho yeah… the end of year was awful. Ho and benny and me have been plagiarized by a fucking stupid old bastard (when I say plagiarized it’s not graphically which I don’t care, it’s on a long scenaristic line.) :(
Anyway today I’ve made an isometric cactus from the “Lonely Cactus”.
It may be the begining of an isometric artwork series…
Murnau’s Nosferatu is one of my favourite vampire movie. …’??w??’…
made with inkscape!!!
Today I wanted to make an easy thing so the logo of the Doom sect from the movie Conan the Barbarian was an idea. :p
I made this The Flamenco A GoGo! icon in vector. but I”m pretty lazy this month. I got many other things to do. So I didn’t cleaned up enough… maybe in the future…
used: toshop and inkscape (inkscape wasn’t used enough this time :p )
I resend those artworks due to some problem with posterous database the last weekend.
And this weekend was an Inkscape weekend, I’ve made so many things… I’ll not publish everything but I gain experience.
So there’s a cute kitty from the news (appears in “Attack of the Killer App” season 6), The Monday Monkey who lives for the weekend (from “The Cryonic Woman” Season2), and a remake of “You gotta do What You Gotta do” (from “Space-Pilot 3000” Season 1, the first version I’ve made was in bitmap, SVG is BETTER !)
All made with Inkscape.
Saddly in Inkscape the snapping mode is strange, it’s working good most of times, but when you use “snap to node” or other snapping options other than the defaults ones, the “snap to page border” (or _to Guides) don’t work then… It’s REALLY REALLY ANNOYING, because there is no instrument for precision other than this snapping mode. (It don’t have an option to place a guide at wanted coordinates -relatives or absolute-) Anyway Inkscape is still a great tool, far more easier and efficient than Illustrator.