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How to Vector a Sketch (Ponyscape Edition)[Part 1] by Ambassad0r How to Vector a Sketch (Ponyscape Edition)[Part 1] by Ambassad0r
Part 2          Finished vector
 How to Vector a Sketch (Ponyscape Edition)[Part 2] by Ambassad0r              Scooting Along (Vectorized) by Ambassad0r



Finally, I've done this tutorial. Nothing much to say here.
Created with great help from MLP-VectorClub and masemj particularly. Many thanks, guys.

Links:
Ponyscape Super Ultra Beta
Scootaloo sketch by KP-ShadowSquirrel
Tutorials folder in MLP-VectorClub (especially check the Inkscape subfolder)

Fonts:
Franklink Gothic Medium
Copperplate Gothic Bold

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:iconfyo-chan:
Fyo-chan Featured By Owner Edited 23 hours ago
Good tutorial - maybe you can help me with my problem I'm facing with Ponyscape for the moment. Somehow, moving strokes/nodes is annoying as hell, it seems to be impossible to move them smooth or just a bit or just one node and not both nodes at the ends. With Inkscape, that weren't problems at all - do I miss some important settings?
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Ambassad0r Featured By Owner 15 hours ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You might select 2 nodes by clicking between, I mostly use area select (even for a single node, sometimes with shift for selecting more). As for smooth moving, I don't really know. Although, you can try to set step size for moving nodes with arrow keys (Edit - Preferences - Behavior - Steps).
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Fyo-chan Featured By Owner 1 hour ago
Thanks a lot :) Is there any setting, that prevents the stroke ends getting rounded with the power stroke filter? Tried tapering as described in your second tutorial, but my strokes were like meh fuck that round end I will stay as before. Zero width worked, but that was too thin.. argh, that vectoring is much more tricky than "normal" digital drawing >.<
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Darkhoofs Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
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vocaloid54 Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2014
where is the color guide?
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Ambassad0r Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
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vocaloid54 Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2014
Thank you~
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LunicAura106 Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2014
I'm allowed to change the Miter, but the end of the stroke stays the same
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Ambassad0r Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
To make a stroke tapered, you need to apply power stroke path effect which is explained in the second part.
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LunicAura106 Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2014
I can't even go one minute without it crashing :/
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