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20 Vector-Splatters SVG

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Just some selfmade vector splatters for Inkscape or other software. SVG file
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qhazahq's avatar
Nice work Chris . . . biomorphic shapes in svg vector - time/resource intensive - gold!
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SuburbanTees's avatar
How would I load these onto inkscape??
enibudy's avatar
Great Work! Thank You so much!
Hi Chris...This is great. I just stumbled on your website from a screencasters website with a guy named heathenx. I have been looking for a way to make splatters on my own so that I am not copying others hard work. Would you be willing to share how you made these? Thanks!
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It is easy. Just play with real and thick dark color or black watercolor (for splatters) on a plain white paper. See here: [link]
Then use Inkscape or GIMP to transform it into a nice resource. ;-)
Hi Chris,
So you are saying that you made those splatters with real water color on paper then scanned it into your cpu and opened it and created a vector out of the image? If so, sounds pretty simple but I was hoping there would be a simple way to do so just by manipulating inkscape a bit! I am also trying to figure out how use tiled clones to make half-tones. I watched a tutorial but it doesn't explain to me 2 things. 1. Why do I need to blur an image in the background first and 2. How can I take an image that has color and get each half tone to be the color of the image it is "taking place" of? Any thoughts? Thanks!
this is great. thanks :)
wow! impressive!!!
Canvasian's avatar
These are excellent, I had been thinking of making something like this to use in another project for the past few weeks. I might just use one of these and credit you. Thanks a lot :)
froshellin's avatar
I'm fan of Inscape, it's wonderfull. Thank you for your resources, you are the work most simple.
franksouza183's avatar
Thank you man!!!!!
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