Jennifer Dawe
I'm a Game Designer, Pixel and Vector Artist. I have worked on Illutia/Aspereta for the past 10 years, as well as contract work for other video games. I also enjoy doing stock art for use in video games and websites.
Tutorials
  • Design & Illustration
    Create a 2D Sprite Sheet for Unity 4.3 in InkscapePreviewretina
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    Unity's 4.3 update was a great big door swinging open for 2D game developers, with many new tools and ways to approach 2D game development in this already powerful engine. In this tutorial I will be showing you how to create a character in Inkscape that can be used in Unity 4.3's amazing new editor.Read More…
  • Design & Illustration
    Submitting Your Inkscape Files to Stock Sites and Getting Them ApprovedInkscapeicon400
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    Inkscape's popularity has grown significantly over the past few years making its way into the professional sector, particularly with Animators and Game Developers. But what about creating professional vector work for stock art sites, similar to what you might find from an Illustrator professional? One of the biggest benefits to Inkscape is the fact that it's completely free, which is great for vector artists just starting out, as it contains many of the features you can find in Adobe Illustrator. However, it can still leave a lot to be desired when directly exporting to EPS (Encapsulated Postscript) for stock sites. In this tutorial we'll be discussing some of the follies of creating stock art using Inkscape, as well as workarounds! Read More…