This last two weeks we've been working with inkscape, as you already know. Applying once again what we've learnt, this time we were asked to make a logo, either one that already exists or one designed by us. I decided making one of my own because I am looking forward to form a band and I think that having the logo already prepared can help me find groupmates.
This week we've been working with vector graphics, and centered on a certain program, Inkscape. After a very basic use of the different tools, we learned how to apply them to make advanced drawings.
Taking an example from here, I've drawn a potion bottle. As I applied different colours and couldn't decide which one to upload, my teacher suggested to me to make an animation with GIMP adding the four colours.
We've been asked to find out the differences between the Clone Tool and the Healing Tool and prove we what we know through an image we should fix.
This is what I learnt to do:
First of all, let me introduce you to the different tools.
It copies exactly the frame you select and reproduces it wherever you want.
It also copies the frame but it has in consideration the place where you are painting by mixing both colours.
Combining these two powerful tools, my results are these:
I decided to remove the litter from a fraction of this river. It's a difficult thing to do when I just learnt how to manage these tools, but I wanted to try. I know the result looks a bit dirty and unrealistic, but I promise my results will be improving with time!
As you can see, I did better this time. I mainly used the Healing Tool because the result of removing freckles with that tool looks far more natural than with the Clone Tool.
This week we've "painted" the high school with gimp, you can see my decoration in my last post! I learnt how to make them look a bit more realistic, and I'm sharing my discovery. Of course the first thing we need is to make a circle with the Ellipse Tool.
After we make the circle, we click the Blend Tool and choose two colours we fancy.
Combining lots of circles and a beautiful background we get a galaxy! It is really easy to make and it looks different and beautiful.