Mammoth said:Great tutorials. Once you get a lot of these you should publish a book.www.mammothinteractive.net
SpriteAttack said:@cap - I was just playing around with some shapes to form the character for the animation tutorial and he ended up a little like Mario... [...]Let's call him Nudio...and he can even be animated with little effort...[...]
Cap said:Moreover, there's something I would like to tell you: for about 15 months I search the net regularly for good vector tutorials. During this time I found about 20 that are adequate for my needs, even though they're rather targeted at Illustrator users.Your tutorials seem to be a perfect fit for my needs, not only because you're using Inkscape, but also because you're using an art style that I think is really charming. And you cover the basics in a way even beginners understand. I'm glad I have to search the net no more for good vector tutorials... Thank you! :-)
Alex0407 said:Hey,I created some buttons at Inkscape and added texture effect on it, but when I say export bitmap, I don't see the button / just the number I wrote into it ....mhmmmm.....someone know how to solve that?see ya
RKS said:I would use "drawing", not selection, but either one should work.
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Mammoth said:@ sprite attackThere are surprisingly few if any good tutorials on how to create 2D game art on the internet. If you made a website or a blog and constantly updated the graphics you would get a lot of people interested in your website. The format is great as well as content. - Start a blog or website- Keep making great tutorials- Eventually make an ebookIf you do these things you will be successful. Good luck!
SpriteAttack said:I decided to run these tutorial on a new blog as well... http://2dgameartforprogrammers.blogspot.com/
JadarStudios said:He did start a blog though, it is one of the earlier posts.