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#ActualPiter3

Posted 28 September 2013 - 12:49 PM

How to achieve that nice, fat but irregular borders in Inkscape or gimp or Photoshop Elements?

Borders like found in games called Paladog, Dungeon Rampage (you can find it on FB games) and most flash games, even most casual games.

I found some tutorials on cartooning but they're showing a regular border but irregular gives best impression.

Irregular may not be a best word to describe it. It doesn't look flat and in most tuts it does. Or is it just matter of good geometry? I don't think cause it may be a flat figure and it looks great. There's that style in cartoons like dexter.

 

I read that it's better to create that style in vector graphics program but I don't have iluustrator. Yet. Only inkscape for today :(

I'd be gratefull for giving tips or links to good tutorials smile.png


#1Piter3

Posted 28 September 2013 - 12:47 PM

How to achieve that nice, fat but irregular borders in Inkscape or gimp or Photoshop Elements?

Borders like found in games called Paladog, Dungeon Rampage (you can find it on FB games) and most flash games, even most casual games.

I found some tutorials on cartooning but they're showing a regular border but irregular gives best impression.

Irregular may not be a best word to describe it. It doesn't look flat and in most tuts it does. Or is it just matter of good geometry? I don't think cause it may be a flat figure and it looks great. There's that style in cartoons like dexter.

 

I read that it's better to create that style in vector graphics program but I don't have iluustrator. Yet.

I'd be gratefull for giving tips or links to good tutorials :)


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