Pretty busy long weekend, I had Thanksgiving, Eid and one of my daughters fractured her foot (she’s much better now). Overall, may be I got to spend a couple of hours during the four day weekend. I wanted to highlight two things about Crayon:
1. You can trace lineart images using Crayon. This is not new. To do that, after you open your image draw background around your object and crop the excess background. Choose the color picker. Click on a background spot. Click on commit selection. Click on the “+” to add a new object. Click on a part of your lineart drawing. Click on commit selection. Hide the image, the seed and the BG pattern. Click on segment and watch.
2. You can now trace local images. You don’t have to upload an image to trace it. To do that, from the home page click on “run it” beside Crayon (I will find a better spot soon). Click on the open button, select an image from your hard drive.