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Marc Edwards

Marc Edwards

Community Staff Founder at Bjango Joined over 4 years ago via an invitation from Christophe T. Marc has invited Matt Kelsh, Rene Ritchie, Dan V Peterson, Troy Mcilvena, Graham Clarke and 12 others

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  • Posted to Vector icon speed runs, in reply to Gabbie Castañeda , May 23, 2017

    Thanks! If you have any icon requests, please let me know. :)

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  • Posted to Vector icon speed runs, in reply to Mathieu C. , May 22, 2017

    Great stuff. I should attempt some of the ones from that list I’ve missed.

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  • Posted to Vector icon speed runs, in reply to Jenia Stratila , May 22, 2017

    Thank you! More coming. :)

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  • Posted to Finally, Photoshop is dead for web and app design, in reply to Lubos Kmetko , May 21, 2017

    Anything requiring complex masking. This can be many things, but I’d say app icon design can be very well served by Photoshop, and is definitely a specific case where Xd falls short (if nothing else, limited gradient abilities is a show stopper).

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  • Posted to Vector icon speed runs, in reply to Chris Gallello , May 21, 2017

    Cheers! If you have icons you’d like me to attempt, please let me know.

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  • Posted to Vector icon speed runs, in reply to Thomas Zoechling , May 21, 2017

    Oh, nice. And yep, Screenflick’s effects are pretty good.

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  • Posted to Vector icon speed runs, in reply to John P , May 21, 2017

    Cheers! Got any suggestions for new speed runs?

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  • Posted to Vector icon speed runs, in reply to Matt Rintoul , May 21, 2017

    I find pixel preview pretty bad. As you’ve said, it’s slow, but it also has lots of rendering issues. It’s very hard to trust. In terms of settings, I have: Gridline every 512 px, 512 subdivisions, snap to pixel off.

    I used my Greyprint templates for these: https://bjango.com/designresources/

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  • Posted to Inside joke? Industry practice? Why did Sketch 3.8 jump to Sketch 39?, May 19, 2017

    x.y.z version numbers are common for apps that have paid major updates, like Sketch used to.

    Apps that have different business models (free, subscription, or pay-for-a-year-of-updates), often use version number schemes that mimic the more gradual nature of their development.

    I think the version number format change is to reflect the new business model (pay and get a year of updates).

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  • Posted to Vector icon speed runs, in reply to Thomas Zoechling , May 19, 2017

    Thanks! The screen recording was done with Screenflick, exported as ProRes 4444, imported into Photoshop using Import → Video Frames to Layers, some tweaks were made, then I exported GIFs from Photoshop.

    Screenflick is great. It can export GIFs directly, if you want.

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