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Do anyone here uses blender for 2D work like doing graphic design shit like icons and vector drawings?
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It's way too early for that.
You have Inkscape for that if you want to stay in the opensource field.
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>>637762
Animation Nodes and Commotion are good fun if you want to do some mograph but Blender isn't a good choice for stationary 2D stuff.
https://github.com/JacquesLucke/animation_nodes
https://github.com/mrachinskiy/commotion
https://youtu.be/UB8R_xPpaSc
https://youtu.be/gLj4PvHbm4s
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I did use it several times to create icons, while it does fulfill its purpose, I would still recommend to take a drawing programm such as Krita instead. The amount of time to create these artistic works is just cut down drastically and the tools to edit them are just way too good to give them up.
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>>637771
>krita
>for vector stuff

It technically "can" do it but why would you go through this torment?





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