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CyanideCupcakeDesign

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Artist // Hobbyist // Digital Art
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I am a digital technology teacher dabbling in art in my spare time. I mostly use Inkscape and a mouse, but occasionally I'll use a tablet or old-fashioned pencil and paper to draw. I am also obsessed with texture photography so a photo or two may crop up from time to time.


I am huge fan of Creative Commons and often create cliparts and resources that other people can freely use. I don't have a particular style or theme, I just draw whatever catches my fancy.


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Favourite TV Shows
Series of Unfortunate Events, The Good Place, Good Omens, The Addams Family, The Tick
Favourite Books
American Gods, Harry Potter
Tools of the Trade
Inkscape
Other Interests
Creative Commons, Open Source, technology, education
Check out my latest article: how to draw vector graphics for video games with Scratch 3.
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Are you ready for the next DoodleDIY? This month we'll harness the power of the spray tool to create a field of daffodils 🌼🌼🌼. No drawing skills needed, just download Inkscape and join us over on makerbox.org.nz/doodle. Doodle DIY i
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Deviant Art provides little space for key content in Eclipse profile cover images.   It took me five tries to finally design a cover that displays all the content I want to showcase.  But now I know what not to do and am passing my knowledge on to you. Here’s how you can design a cover photo that looks good on both desktop and mobile devices. Dimensions & Design Above: An example of how a design renders on desktop vs mobile First things first, the recommended cover image dimensions are 1600 x 800 pixels. Depending on the size of the viewer’s screen and the device they are using, this cover image will be cropped. To avoid cropping important elements and text Deviant Art Support recommends keeping these details away from the edges, towards the centre of the image, but I discovered this isn’t quite correct. This advice works well for viewing profiles on desktop; when your profile image, name, and basic info appears on the left side of the screen.  However, on mobile devices
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