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NextPreviousHomeTRACE BITMAP with BIXELANGELO 4


vincent | a year ago | 15 comments | 9 likes | 580 views

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Mike, here is a small tuto about how to use trace bitmap with Bixelangelo 4.
For both types EPS and SKETCH.




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Thanks Vincent !

I use Bixelangelo and Potrace a lot, but at least one copy and paste, or a multiple selection to delete the points could add.

Franco Aversa, a year ago


Damn it ! It can't be that easy

lightads, a year ago


Hello Franco yes multiple selection would be useful, another request would be that background pic follows ZoomIn ZoomOut, positions, rotations of the drawing.
Lightads, yes, Bixelangelo is a great tool for EPS/2D-3D SKETCHS compatible with BluffTitler.

vincent, a year ago


Yes Vincent !! With some adjustment it is a very powerful tool

Franco Aversa, a year ago


Great tutorial. Thanks!

michiel, a year ago




Great help Vincent. Still wondering how you get the texture on the edges. I've been able to duplicated everything else.

MrGruntHunter, a year ago


Mike, for texture on the side as explained on a previous post i use UVMapper with FX Planar Mapping set to 3

vincent, a year ago


Excellent tuto Vincent je vais me remettre un peu sur Bixelangelo

PAT67, a year ago


oops ... forgot about the FX Planar Mapping setting. SRI :-(

MrGruntHunter, a year ago


Got it worked out. Only downside is that when the sign rotates the lettering is backwards on the opposite side. :-) I'm guessing I could probably add another layer to place another sign on the backside but trying to do that with the ice cream cup I'm assuming would take some creative work in Photoshop first.

MrGruntHunter, a year ago


Thank you Vincent...good tutorial...

Dani, a year ago


Thank you Vincent for the continuation of the tutorial ...
@ MrGruntHunter:
The solution may be in the Picture / Double Sided effect ....

Alex-Raymond T., a year ago


Salut Raymond, avec plaisir.

vincent, a year ago


Super Job vincent👍🏻

elvis66, a year ago

Great tutorials, Vincent! 👍

Ulli, a year ago


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