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Hero of the Crystal Empire

By liamwhite1
SVG: sta.sh/0gtqva6kx2x

Look, I'm on EqD! www.equestriadaily.com/2014/05…

Have you ever seen this before? db.tt/Tt3w8wgv

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Parody Logo by liamwhite1
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If you use portions or all of this vector in other vector artworks, you MUST provide the link to your source vector for any of your artwork that includes my work. (what?)
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TheCartoonWizard's avatar
I always thought Spike would be living in Twilight's shadow but I'm glad he got to be a hero
spartanguy88's avatar
I wonder how many crystals they had to get from Walter White to make that...
dasprid's avatar
You should update this based on the season finale where you can see the entire tail.
ringsandamiss007's avatar
Biggest ego of the baby dragon ever!!!
Decimix's avatar
Every object seems to be aligned perfectly with objects adjacent to them... impressive. I can definitely see why you didn't want to layer this one, but did your method actually save you much time?
liamwhite1's avatar
Yeah, it sure did. I turned on "Snap to Cusp Nodes" (either on the side or on the top, depending on your layout) and then the pen will simply....well, snap to cusp nodes! =P
Decimix's avatar
I should really play around with Inkscape more often. Features like these could be so useful at times, yet when you haven't heard about them before you don't think to look for them.
*adds finding out what every button does to a list of things to do*
liamwhite1's avatar
Also try every path effect.
Gretsch1962's avatar
that must have been pretty tough to vector 0_0 great job!
liamwhite1's avatar
Nah, it was pretty easy, despite me thinking it was going to be hard :XD:
Gretsch1962's avatar
I notice that the vector has no curves. (which are hard to do) So I guess it must have been pretty easy
liamwhite1's avatar
There are hundreds of curves in this picture, but you don't see anything.....
dasprid's avatar
Nah, curves wouldn't have made it really harder.
Gretsch1962's avatar
I have a lot to learn in terms of venturing screenshots.
FallenShadow000's avatar
Hey, do you happen to have a tutorial for Inkscape? I have it, and want to use it to make a custom watermark.
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AceBlazewing's avatar
:iconmlpspikeplz: Hello, gorgeous...
doctormo's avatar
So which bits did you do in Ai and which bits in Inkscape?
liamwhite1's avatar
The Inkscape bit was 99.99% of it.
The Illustrator portion was because Inkscape is not good at handling lines that are touching but not overlapping — a small line forms between them, and it's fairly annoying. However, with a few modifications, it looks perfect in Illustrator. :)
dervonnebenaan's avatar
Oh yes, I had that problem many times before. I was always hoping that there is a nice and sophisticated solution to this, but if even you can't do anything about it... Looks like I'll just have to make underlapping paths like dasprid says.
doctormo's avatar
Interesting, do we have a bug report for the issue? bugs.launchpad.net/inkscape
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