Just a touch of colour, as an optional layer in the file. This was quite a challenge to get enough detail while still keeping the dog looking white.
Category: Photo to SVG
I found the lighting and low quality image of this one quite a challenge so I think I may have created some of my own details…
You might have seen this one already in my animated technique comparison but here it is with its own page happily static.
This one I had to try and square back up the image, the frame is good as a quide to get square- but i can be hard to guess just how wide the frame would have been. Scans are better…
This was the first photo trace to svg file I had ever done for someone else. It wasn’t even that long ago.
Also here is a picture of me working on this
This was quite a low resolution file and one of the earlier ones I did, but I think it turned out quite well but I think I have been improving.
A fairly simple to do outline. Some artistic licence taken to include eyelash area and make hair seem less blobby.
Just put the final touches with some customer feedback on the image below – 4 subjects and some challenging shadows and distortion to the original but we got there in the end. Here is a comparison to a standard…
I made a short animation to compare the stages of tracing I do, vs what you can get with the computer trace programs.
Recently finished Photo hand traced and converted to SVG.