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Alchemy Forum Alchemy is an open drawing project aimed at exploring how we can sketch, draw, and create on computers in new ways. 2014-01-25T21:03:49+00:00 http://al.chemy.org/forum/feed.php?f=10 2014-01-25T21:03:49+00:00 2014-01-25T21:03:49+00:00 http://al.chemy.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=145&p=388#p388 <![CDATA[Resources • Triangles Create Module]]>
I scribble some lines then try to recognise some shapes in there... it helps me... need to figure out a way to tidy it up though :D

Is there a good place to post the code... or should I just throw it on github?

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2013-10-03T05:37:27+00:00 2013-10-03T05:37:27+00:00 http://al.chemy.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=58&p=329#p329 <![CDATA[Resources • Re: ozwalled's shapes]]>
Sorry, to be a pain. I can't believe I'm the only Mac user using Alchemy who has tried to add shapes.

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2013-09-24T11:42:19+00:00 2013-09-24T11:42:19+00:00 http://al.chemy.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=58&p=328#p328 <![CDATA[Resources • Re: ozwalled's shapes]]>
http://support.apple.com/kb/HT2963

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2013-09-20T08:58:23+00:00 2013-09-20T08:58:23+00:00 http://al.chemy.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=58&p=327#p327 <![CDATA[Resources • Re: ozwalled's shapes]]>
link 1. in link 1, this problem falls under "issue 2". here i learned to look for the bottom corner of the window where a pencil with a line going through it means that what is in the window falls under "restricted access area". all of the alchemy folders are like this. the pencil can not be deslashed. (the rest of the page does not pertain)

link 2. the second link and some of the other posts point to using the "Disk Utilities" there is a button called "repair permissions" but, this cannot be used on alchemy.

link 3. link 3 also points to using the "Disk Utilities" but adds that you can go to a folder and "get info" then, if you do not have permission to "write" as well as read. you can give yourself permission. this does no work on alchemy or it's folders. when you "get info" you find out that "you can only read".

link 4. i went through the first two pages of the google search. they are mostly pages about people 1 trying to move stuff to and fro, from their computer and an external hard drive 2 or when you can not delete something. thus, the instructions that they provide lead to deleting something or moving something.


thanks again and let me know if you find anything else out.

vezun 13

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2013-09-17T02:24:10+00:00 2013-09-17T02:24:10+00:00 http://al.chemy.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=58&p=325#p325 <![CDATA[Resources • Re: ozwalled's shapes]]>
http://support.apple.com/kb/TS1402
https://discussions.apple.com/thread/15 ... 0&tstart=0
http://www.mac-forums.com/forums/other- ... ified.html

https://www.google.ca/search?q=could+no ... -44APDnIB4

If something in there works for you, let us know how you did it, here. Otherwise, post in this topic again as well, to let me know what you tried that didn't work, and I'll see what I may be able to figure out from there.

Best of luck! :D

(Also note: I hope to start uploading some new shapes sometime in the next week or two, so keep watching this space! :) )

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2013-09-11T21:21:05+00:00 2013-09-11T21:21:05+00:00 http://al.chemy.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=35&p=320#p320 <![CDATA[Resources • Re: Boid Shapes Module]]> Statistics: Posted by ronisageek — Wed, 11 Sep 2013 21:21:05 GMT


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2013-09-10T13:21:04+00:00 2013-09-10T13:21:04+00:00 http://al.chemy.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=58&p=309#p309 <![CDATA[Resources • Re: ozwalled's shapes]]>
i also tried some other shapes from people who had posted alchemy shapes online. Earlier I tried to make my own pages of simple single shapes with alchemy then load them back in to my shapes folder or directly save them there as pdf files. Everything failed. I cannot alter the folders in any way.

Thanks for trying. Let me know if you come up with anything. I'm anxious to create more shapes and use them creatively.

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2013-09-09T08:03:04+00:00 2013-09-09T08:03:04+00:00 http://al.chemy.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=58&p=306#p306 <![CDATA[Resources • Re: ozwalled's shapes]]>
BUT what I can try to do is dig up a Mac-using friend or something to see what I can scare up. Give me a week or so, and I'll do my best to get back to you with an answer.

In the meantime, I should probably ask a couple of questions:

1) what OS version are you running
2) Have you tried adding Shape files made by anyone else? If so, have you had any problems? If not, could you give that a try and let me know if you get he same results?

Thanks. :)

Also, any other Mac users here? Are you having similar problems with my shapes, or with shapes in general? And either way, if anyone else uses a Mac, please, feel free to chime in with any advice or suggestions that vezun may find helpful.

Hopefully we can suss something out so you can give these a spin. :D

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2013-09-08T09:58:13+00:00 2013-09-08T09:58:13+00:00 http://al.chemy.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=58&p=295#p295 <![CDATA[Resources • Re: ozwalled's shapes]]> the item "name of file.pdf" could not be moved because "name of folder" cannot be modified. Likewise, I am not allowed to create new folders (inside the shapes folder) or drag new folders in to the shapes folder.

Help...

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2013-08-04T20:54:50+00:00 2013-08-04T20:54:50+00:00 http://al.chemy.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=58&p=283#p283 <![CDATA[Resources • Re: ozwalled's shapes]]>
It's more or less a combination of elements from my Squiggles01 set.

Squiggles02: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/a28any3c1wvgimz/ZplSP_tO0Y

Also, these images were made with these shapes:

0385.png

0386b.png

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2013-08-02T14:03:37+00:00 2013-08-02T14:03:37+00:00 http://al.chemy.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=58&p=282#p282 <![CDATA[Resources • Re: ozwalled's shapes]]>
Shapes sets were made with Inkscape.

Learn how to make Shapes for Alchemy of your very own:
viewtopic.php?f=10&t=85

First, I made a couple of sets of what I call "Super Speed Shapes". I'd always wanted something that had a similar look to what Speed Shapes gave me, but with the quickness of Pull Shapes, and I think that this does the trick.

It essentially involved making a whole bunch of quick "splats" on the canvas using Alchemy's "Speed Shapes" setting, saving that as a .png, and then essentially turning it into a PDF using Inkscape. They were super easy to do (and I could probably easily make a ton more), but I think the results provide another useful Shape set. Since they're pretty similar, you may want to put both of these files into the same folder.

Super Speed Shapes 01: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/jarozwfe44fwgqs/QHZXX7Pcs5
Super Speed Shapes 02: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/0auv5etvefvimhh/LKbBIS24Cx

I also made a Shape set based on some public domain clipart found at http://openclipart.org/ (specifically, these: http://openclipart.org/detail/151825/to ... l-by-moini ). The graphics were public domain are are free to use, and no attribution is necessary.

Tools 01: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/1ulmddl9siom4m9/nR2gK2aKcl

There's plenty of public domain images out there, especially in terms of clipart, that could easily be made into Shapes for use in Alchemy. I'll very likely be dipping into this resource again, but would love to see others doing the same (if for no other reason than so I'm not the only one sharing Shapes around here! :lol: ).

Get to work, you slackers! ;)

Anyway, here's some quick images that were made with those shapes:

0358.png

0357b.png

0356.png

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2013-08-01T12:48:42+00:00 2013-08-01T12:48:42+00:00 http://al.chemy.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=85&p=281#p281 <![CDATA[Resources • Re: Making Pull Shapes with Inkscape (which is free)]]>
NOTE: I'm not a law person of any sort, so use at your own risk (likewise, I've not personally looked at all links of these sites), but a couple of places where you may be able to find some images to use are:

Multiple linked sites of public domain images, courtesy of Wikipedia:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia: ... _resources


Project Gutenberg, a massive online collection of public domain books:
http://www.gutenberg.org/
http://www.gutenberg.ca/

Since many of the Project Gutenberg books are on the old side, a bonus of that is that many of the images (though by no means anywhere near all) found in some of those books will already be in black and white. :)

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I've also added a link to Google Drive, which you may want to consider using as an alternative to Dropbox, if you're particularly keep on uploading and sharing lots and lots of Shapes files with us (yes please!).

Google Drive:
http://www.google.com/drive

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Also added a couple of steps to the tutorial, explaining how to move objects around, as well as how to resize the canvas.

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2013-08-02T12:56:34+00:00 2013-06-17T04:39:58+00:00 http://al.chemy.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=85&p=253#p253 <![CDATA[Resources • Making Pull Shapes with Inkscape (which is free)]]> NOTE: These instructions may LOOK lengthy and complicated, but I only wrote them this way so as to be as foolproof as possible. I swear this is a super easy process, and it's reasonably quick to do once you get the hang of it. I swear!!

(Let me know if any of you find this useful at all.)

I'd asked in a previous topic about how to make Pull Shapes for Alchemy with Inkscape.

After some fiddling around, I think I've figured it out, at least on a basic level, so I figured I'd share, as it's reasonably easy to do, and I don't think i even need to provide a video or images to guide you through the process.

Now, this could also be done with something like Adobe Illustrator, but really, I'd say it's just as easy with Inkscape, and Inkscape is a FREE download, so yeah, why not?



MAKING PULL SHAPES FOR ALCHEMY, USING INKSCAPE
1. Download and install inkscape: Inkscape can be obtained via the download link found here: http://inkscape.org/ Once you have Inkscape downloaded, install it, following the indicated steps. Pretty much like installing any ol' program.

Once you have Inkscape downloaded and installed, you'll need some shapes to work with. There are a number of ways to do this, I suppose.

NOTE: This tutorial was made with Inkscape 0.48, so if you're using a different version number, there's a chance these instructions may vary slightly from what you actually need to do, but I imagine that they'll at least be similar.

2. Before you make your shapes: Though not at all necessary, I've found it saves time if you make all your shapes around the same size, and leave adequate space around each separate shape "entity" so that they're not too close to your other shapes -- if you feel you could comfortably draw an imaginary rectangle around each shape without that rectangle touching any of your other shapes, you're golden. If your shapes are too close together for your liking (which may be the case especially if you're using shapes that you found), then once you've completed Step 7, you should be able to use the arrow tool to click and drag them around to put some space between them. I'd also like to add that shapes, really, can be pretty much whatever you want, and needn't be complicated at all. Unlike some of the existing Pull Shapes included with Alchemy, such as Bones for example, shapes can be as simple as some drawn-out squiggley lines, small doodles you make while talking on the phone, or simple blobs, or more complex shapes are good too. Remember that your shapes, when used, are just going to re-combine into new and wonderful shapes anyway, so whether or not they represent something on their own is (probably) of minimal importance.

3A. Making the shapes on paper, by hand: You may want to draw the shapes yourself on a piece of unlined, white printer paper (preferably with dark-coloured markers, pens, or pencils). Then, once your shapes are all drawn out, you can either use a scanner to scan the page (at 300 dpi, black and white), or take a photo of the page with a digital camera (since most modern digital cameras produce some pretty huge images, you'll probably want to shrink this image later with your favorite image editing software), saving it in each case as a .png file. Now, especially if you're taking a photo, you may want to use an image editor to "clean up" the image a bit, so that the dark shapes are distinctly dark, and that the white page is distinctly white.

3B. Making the shapes digitally: Instead of using ink and paper, you may want to make your shapes with your favorite image-editing software. So draw your shapes using black on a white background, and save the image as a .png file type (if you're working with a vector-based program like Flash, Illustrator or Alchemy to draw the shapes, you could probably save it as another format and save some time here, but I'm not sure how that's done. Whatever -- for the sake of this, let's save it as a .png since I don't know my way around vector programs all that well). As noted, yes, you can draw a set of shapes in Alchemy! Just make them with whatever tools you see fit, and save the overall image by using File/ Export, making sure you select PNG in the "Files of Type" dropdown box, and press "OK".

3C. Getting your shapes from somewhere: Now, first off, if you're going to be using someone else's images, you should probably have permission to use them. If your images are in colour, change them to black and white with some image editing software. Save the image as a .png file type.

NOTE: I'm not a law person of any sort, so use at your own risk (likewise, I've not personally looked at all links of these sites), but a couple of places where you may be able to find some images to use are:

Multiple linked sites of public domain images, courtesy of Wikipedia:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia: ... _resources

Project Gutenberg, a massive online collection of public domain books:
http://www.gutenberg.org/
http://www.gutenberg.ca/

Since many of the books there are on the old side, a bonus of that is that many of the images (though by no means anywhere near all) found in some of those books will already be in black and white. :)

4. Open Inkscape and the file: Open Inkscape, and use File/ Open to open the .png image file with your shapes on it.

5. Tracing the image: Then, press Ctrl+A to make sure your image is selected. From here, go to Path/ Trace Bitmap. In the new "Trace Bitmap" window thing that pops up, make sure "Remove background" is checked in the Mode tab (from what i can gather, this will make the white background of your image transparent, which is what you'll want so you can get those individual shapes, and not just one big rectangle). You may want to fiddle with the other settings, but the following settings generally serve me pretty well:

MODE TAB:
-(checked) Brightness Cutoff: 0.450
-(checked) Smooth
-(checked) Stacked scans

OPTIONS TAB:
-(checked) Suppress speckles: 2
-(checked) Smooth corners: 1.00
-(checked) Optimize paths: 0.20
-(checked) Remove background

Then press OK, and if you feel your shapes are still looking fine, close the "Trace Bitmap" popped-up window, otherwise, time to fiddle with those settings (If there's a manageable amount of unwanted spots disconnected from shapes, those can be handled in Step 8).

6. Deleting the original: (This next step is weird, so I think I may be doing something wrong, but it seems to do the trick.) Select the arrow tool (Select and Transform Objects) over on the left. The click and drag your image around a bit so that you can see a copy of the image underneath. Continue dragging the image to a spot where the underlying copy is "exposed". Click somewhere on the exposed underlying copy, and press your Delete key to get rid of it. Now, click on the remaining copied/ traced image that you'd moved a bit, and approximate re-centering it.

7. Break Apart: Press Ctrl+A to select the image, and select Path/ Break Apart. As you may notice, this has broken your complete image into individual shapes. You're nearly done, promise! As mentioned previously, if any of your shapes are too close together from now on they can be clicked on with the arrow tool ("Select and Transform Objects"). If the shape you want to move around has multiple parts, you can hold shift and click on additional pieces of the shape to select them all together, so that you can move them around at the same time (this method also allows you to maintain the same amount of space between the parts of a shape).

8. Moving Objects: So it's possible at this point that you may want to move some of your objects around. This can be done by using the arrow (Select and Transform Objects) tool, and clicking on an object (or, by dragging a box around it and then clicking it) to select it, and dragging it around the screen. If you need to zoom in or out at any point, you can also do so with the magnifying glass (Zoom in or out) tool, and left click to zoom in, or hold Shift + left click to zoom out. If your objects are moved outside of your rectangular canvas area to make them more orderly or whatever, don't worry about it -- we'll fix that in a later step.

9. Getting rid of any junk parts: As mentioned in step 5, there may be specks of the image that are showing up as black specks that you don't want. Time to get rid of them. Using the arrow tool (Select and Transform Objects), drag a rectangle around any that are disconnected from your individual shapes to select them, and then press your Delete key. Do this for all those unwanted, disconnected bits you may have.

10. Re-Combining: (If each of your shapes is a fully-connected single entity, without any outlying "island" type pieces, then you can skip this step. Otherwise, read-on...) If any of your shapes have parts that are disconnected from the main part, what you'll want to do is "put them back together" so that they appear as a single unit when used as Pull Shapes in Alchemy. To do this, first select the arrow tool (Select and Transform Objects) over on the left. Now, for each such shape unit, click and drag a rectangle around the parts, so that all of the parts of a given shape are contained within the same rectangle (be sure that the rectangle isn't touching any of your other shapes). Then press Path/ Combine (or, to speed things up, use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+K, since you may be doing this for several shapes). Repeat this selection and combining process until all your shapes with disconnected parts are are combined to act as single units.

11. Resizing the Canvas: If any of your objects are outside of your canvas border, or if your shapes take up only a small portion of the canvas border, you may want to resize your canvas. First, go to "Edit/ Deselect". Next, go to "File/ Document Properties", which should open a new window. In there, if there's a "+" beside "resize Page to Content", click it. Next, click the "Resize page to drawing or selection" button, which should resize your canvas area so that it forms a rectangle around the entirety of your objects. You can now close that new window.

12. Saving: File/ Save as, type in a file name for your shape set, select .pdf in the "Save as file type" dropdown box. While you're at it, you may as well put it in the proper folder, so in the "Save As" window, find your "Alchemy/ shapes" folder, and in there, right click and select "New Folder", name it what you like, then double click it, and press OK. Another window labelled "Portable Document File" will pop up, and press OK in that too. You're done!

13. Use 'em!: Start Alchemy, select Create/ Pull Shapes, and your new shapes folder should appear in your Pull Shapes drop-down menu. Select it, and you're now using your new pull shapes. (You may want to select the Solid Shapes" Style, too.) Now click around, and you're using your brand new Pull Shapes, baby!! Have fun!

14. Share!: Optional, of course, but I'm sure that other Alchemy users, myself included, might like to see the shapes you've made, and use them too! To sahe them with the rest of the class, you can upload them somewhere (I recommend downloading and using the reasonably straightforward Dropbox https://www.dropbox.com/ , as it's pretty easy to use and figure out, provides ample upload space, and by gosh, it works!), then provide the rest of us with links to your shape PDFs in a topic you make for them in this Resources section of the forum (if you are indeed using dropbox, you may have to set that folder to "Share", which is probably most straightforward to do via the Dropbox website interface). If nothing else, think of it as a personal "Thank you" to me for having provided you with this guide. :)

(If you plan on uploading/storing lots of stuff, using Google Drive http://www.google.com/drive provides 15 GB of storage as compared to Dropbox's 2 GB or so)

Hope this all helps! If you have any questions, feel free to post them here, and I'll do what I can to respond to them, but keep in mind again that I am also pretty new to this.

And again, if anyone'd like to chime with suggestions of how this guide can be improved, by all means, feel free -- I can try to make adjustments to this post over time as I see stuff I like. I just thought I'd offer it up as a guide to help people muddle through the process of making shapes, so that we can get some additional Pull Shape sets shared around here. :)

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2013-08-02T14:24:47+00:00 2013-06-04T06:10:35+00:00 http://al.chemy.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=58&p=249#p249 <![CDATA[Resources • Re: ozwalled's shapes]]> (For anyone starting at this second page of the thread, a reminder that all of the Alchemy shape sets I've made are in the first post of this thread: viewtopic.php?f=10&t=58&p=167#p167)

Time for some new shapes.

As always, they're free to use as you like, but if anyone is actually using them, I'd really love to see what you're making with them. :)

I'll be honest -- the image files that I have of each of these is bigger than the 2000 x 2000 pixel allowance, so out of laziness I'm not going to bother uploading images of each. They should all be easy enough to view on dropbox, however, via the links below:

New Stuff:
Blobs02: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/xd88xysmlws37f8/3SiHVzxhiW
Blobs03: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/z8bgvg9io5o4daq/pvc1321nUK
Blockies01: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/drferz03gpfgfmk/8inioRQgTU
Loops02: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/lqf4a3krtpb7g5u/sHNQdJ9AHT
Spikes01: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/57efi6cjzuoyvgs/s9NFZH5S3n
Spikes02: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/1z4yqppi0fflrgu/67jc2T8aqZ
Squiggles: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/fluqs11idcmolfu/f-C9JWSgVA

Of this group, I'm particularly liking how the Squiggles01 shapes came out.

Here's some very quick images made with these, however:

0146.png
0147.png
0149.png
0150.png
0151.png
0152.png
0153.png
0155.png
0157.png
0158.png

That's all for today! Have fun!! :)

(As noted in the previous post as well, all shape files are available in the opening post of this thread.)

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2013-06-03T21:04:28+00:00 2013-06-03T21:04:28+00:00 http://al.chemy.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=58&p=248#p248 <![CDATA[Resources • Re: ozwalled's shapes]]>

I will continue to provide links to the PDFs, as I make them, in the first post of this thread, for convenience and easy access, but here are the ones I've made up until now.

LOOPS01: http://pdfcast.org/pdf/ozwalledalchemyloops
ALIEN01: http://pdfcast.org/pdf/ozwalledalchemyalien01
ROBOT01: http://pdfcast.org/pdf/ozwalledalchemyrobot01
SIMPLEBLOBS01: http://pdfcast.org/pdf/ozwalledalchemysimpleshapes01

NOTE that I do hope to revise Alien01 at some point, because it doesn't quite work the way I'd like, but it's still not terrible as it is, imo. If I ever get around to it, I'll be sure to post it as well.

Have fun with the Shapes! :D

Statistics: Posted by ozwalled — Mon, 03 Jun 2013 21:04:28 GMT


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