The svg files you requested can be found at the demo at
http://www.teachernow.co.uk/Pages/Teacher.html. For some reason the
image does not interactively resize in IE.....probably my programming!
As stated earlier a bit map was converted to paths in Inkscape, then
parts of the SVG were recoloured in SVG, which produces new layers.
All were then grouped and "paths simplifed" with the original and
saved as an optimized SVG before being converted. I don't think the
grouping in Inkscape of the subsequent coloured layers combines in the
same way that the original trace combined layers, so each has a
specific origin! I don't know whether Inkscape has a technique to
overcome this limitation.
On Sep 24, 2:11†pm, Jerod Venema <jven...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Awesome job Quentin.
> 2010/9/24 Quentin <quenti...@gmail.com>
> > I see.
> > On Sep 23, 9:29 pm, park2 <parkfo...@googlemail.com> wrote:
> > > Hope this makes sense.
> > > Cheers
> > > SteveW
> > > On Sep 23, 7:53 pm, Quentin <quenti...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > > @DOH: Can you link to your SVG and what it looks like afterwards so I
> > --
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