Can Inkscape be a vector companion app to Photoshop? How good is integration? In the first part of this article series, let’s figure out a way to convert Inkscape SVG to editable Photoshop PSD that keeps vector shapes, layers, and other objects. We will use Photopea as the converter, then see the compatibility limitation and also the workaround.Continue reading “Inkscape & Photoshop #1: Convert SVG to PSD with Editable Vector”
This time we’re going to talk about Wick Editor. I came across this website by chance and it surprisingly good for animation.
According to the website, Wick Editor is a free and open-source tool for making games, animation, and everything in between. People often compare it to Adobe Flash/Animate. So we are curious and decide to give it a try. This tutorial will walk you through how to animate with Wick, along with 2 exercises on creating simple animations.Continue reading “Wick Editor Tutorial”
There are lots to talk about graphic design and digital image manipulation, however before we get there, let’s talk about fundamental things, there are two types of digital graphic images: vector and raster (aka bitmap).
Both vector and raster have their own characteristic, advantages and purpose. So they are both competing and also complement each other.
Let’s talk about each one of them.
Available in Youtube in 2 parts: Part 1 is for sketch and inking, Part 2 is coloring with colored pencil (using cheap/affordable student grade colored pencil). Read more for the videos!Continue reading “Drawing Elsa, easy tutorial”