Vector Characters Club< のgiveaway は 2022年11月29日
Please note that the program archive includes only readme file with the download instructions!
The Vector Characters Club is the ultimate treasure chest of visually appealing and easily editable vector characters.
You’ll never have to spend $15 – $30 on the top marketplaces for just ten characters. Instead, get instant access to The Vector Characters Club and choose from over 300+ unique characters for less than the price you’d expect to pay for just one.
The possibilities that you can use these vector characters are virtually limitless!
– Use them in your websites, designs, videos, presentations, promotional materials, advertisements, and loads more!
– Effortlessly customize the character in just a few clicks using your favorite programs.
– Our versatile file formats allow you to use and customize our characters in nearly all editors.
– All characters come with multiple poses and expressions making sure you stay on brand and you can display the exact message you want to your audience.
Online membership accessible on any device
≈ 25 GB in total
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Vector Characters Club is an online repository with vector graphics divided into small collections with a single character in different poses. They’re not terribly detailed – think clipart – but the .svg files [you also get .png previews] are fully editable in compatible software, e.g., Inkscape [inkscape[.]org]. You set up an account and can download what you want, whenever you want, from the collection we’re given. The .svg files can be inserted as clipart in compatible software, e.g., Word, or you can open them in a Vector graphics app like Inkscape, exporting a raster bitmap at your desired size and resolution for display or printing.
Most images & all photos are called Raster images – they’re made up of however many colored pixels drawn on the screen or printed etc. Vector graphics are more complicated. A Vector graphic is a set of instructions telling software [or a printer] how many lines to draw, where, & in what color. When you look at a Vector graphic, you’re actually seeing a rasterized version – software interprets the instructions, drawing the raster image you see on screen. The advantage of Vector graphics is that size is usually irrelevant – you can print the same Vector graphic on a postage stamp or on the side of a bus & it’ll look just the same. Fonts are Vector graphics. The disadvantage is that they can be difficult to create &/or work with, though tracing programs / tools can make it easier, tracing the shapes in a raster image to create a Vector graphic version.
Basically… Lines in a Vector graphic are paths, defined by points placed along that path – a straight line would have two points, one at each end, while a curved line uses additional points to define its curves. Each point has 2 handles that you can drag – as you drag a handle away from the point & rotate it around that point the line curves. A closed path becomes a shape that can be filled with a color or gradient, while paths & shapes etc. can be grouped, and groups can be nested in other groups. To edit say the expression of one of today’s characters you could open it in the open source Inkscape, click the point edit tool, click something like an eyebrow to make the points visible, then drag a point or one of its handles.
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Nice library with lots of vector characters!
I suggest to introduce a clickable list with the name of the groups of characters in order to improve the access to right group. Otherwise very good!
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