[Bulk] Re: [Tango-artists] Eggplant
ulisail at yahoo.it
Mon Dec 18 08:20:24 PST 2006
I used the "linked offset" in the Path menu, in some cases it gives good
results; the single node is the handle that you can move to adjust the
Be aware that when you create a linked offset, i don't know why but it's
put under the original object, so you have to rise it up in order to use
it as inner stroke ;)
Ulf Urdén ha scritto:
> Wow, thank you! I think it looks awesome with your changes.
> How did you make the neat inner stroke/highlight for the green part? In
> Inkscape it looks like it is made out of just one node. Is there a
> feature for doing this (assuming you also used Inkscape)?
> sön 2006-12-17 klockan 19:33 +0100 skrev Ulisse:
>> Ciao Ulf,
>> Indeed you made a good eggplant, but you have to pay more attenction to
>> the alignment to the grid, only in that way you can obtain sharp icons.
>> I touched up a little your svg making some alignment stuff, adding some
>> color gradients and the inner stroke on the green cap of the eggplant.
>> I don't agree with you on leaving that empty space between the green and
>> the purple parts of the vegetable, try to look at the icon on a dark
>> background... anyway I left it about as you made.
>> Dunno if the gloss looks natural enough for you, it now looks nice to me :)
>> Ulf Urdén ha scritto:
>>> I'm writing an open source web application (Eggplant) for which I needed
>>> an icon, and I decided to try using the Tango guidelines. I have
>>> finished most of the icon, and I'm happy with the shape, but I can't
>>> seem to get the glossy part right. I find it hard to find a shape of the
>>> highlight that looks good or natural. I was hoping to get some hints on
>>> how to improve it.
>>> Purple Scout - www.purplescout.com
>>> Tango-artists mailing list
>>> Tango-artists at lists.freedesktop.org
>> Tango-artists mailing list
>> Tango-artists at lists.freedesktop.org
More information about the Tango-artists