There's a new online ... tool that allows users to upload photos...
Customarily it is polite to not beat around the bush, but to openly admit you made (or helped make) the tool.
It is believed [by whom?] that this online tool will help game developers create their animations faster once they learn how to use this tool.
Your entire post never actually comes out and says it (your second post lets it slip out, but it's pretty obvious anyway), and in fact the entire thread title is pretending to be about vector images. "Anybody develop (or interested in developing) games using SVG, Scalable Vector Graphics?" isn't the topic, "Hey, check out this tool I made and give me feedback" is the real topic (which is fine... if you're honest about it).
That's a pretty extreme claim. I can knock 50% off my programming, music composing, drawing, scripting, and level design by using your art program?
Additional animation attributes will be added soon. I think that within 6-8 months you will be able to knock out at least 50% of your development time.
7 of 5 doctors agree that that statistic looks like it was pulled out of thin air.
Even if you simply mean 50% of my art production time, that statistic is still an extreme overestimation (Actually, technically it's not even an estimation, since estimating is a logical deduction. It's a guess, not an estimation). The vast majority of my art creation time goes towards creating the art, not re-rendering it at different resolutions or converting it between file formats.
50% = made up at random (at least it seems so).
And the '6 to 8 months' = also made up at random.
"It is believed" = You claim, nobody believes it.
"I think that within 6-8 months you will be able to knock out at least 50% of your development time."
You don't think that - you (wildly) guess or claim that without a solid basis for it (or without giving a solid basis). There is a big difference.
Your post seems like an infomercial. In general, people don't like feeling like they are being tricked - your post seems deceptive in at least four different ways: false pretense at what the thread topic is about, written almost as if you are an unbiased third party, claims of benefits that aren't accurate or scientific in nature, and claims that other unbiased people feel the same way. You'd probably have better luck if you are just straight-forward and to the point.
I don't know whether you are trying to be deceptive or not - I don't think you are - but my advice for your marketing attempts is to really rethink how you present your tools (and how you present yourself), because it certainly sounds (poorly) deceptive and fake, and it gives me and possibly others a bad taste in their mouth before they even learn what your tool is or who you are.