(Starving student here)
2. Use Layers! I break down a drawing into areas and assign several layers to each. For example: For a hat I’ll have 2 or 3 layers: 1 hat background layer, 1 hat detail layer, 1 hat shading layer. That way if I don’t like the color or placement of the hat details (lets say flowers) I can move them around without disturbing the hat background. 3. When uploading to DT: 1st JPEG image then, upload EPS(thanks Robert) (or other vector file) image in the area.
NOTE: Wait until JPEG image is in the pending files (Thank you Maen) to upload vector file
4. Not sure how long a vector file takes to be approved (mine haven't yet). So, be patient.
Hello! I also use Inkscape and I love it! Just a consideration: SVG is not accepted as additional format. If you want to upload the EPS file, you can use Gimp (free :-) ), opening the SVG with it and saving it as PNG and then JPG. You can't use blurs or transparency (you can't export them), but it works. Good job! Bye, Rob.
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