This will be my first post on this forum since I’m all new and started using Blender for the first time ever yesterday. I also haven’t been doing any animation/modelling before so it’s pretty tough but a lot of fun! I started out thinking that I wanna do some cool short video. But a video wouldn’t be cool without some animations so thats why I ended up with Blender.
I live in Sweden and I am a big fan of a hockey team here so I was thinking about doing something cool with their logo. I only have the logo in a jpeg-format so I started researching and found out that it’s possible to transform a jpeg into a vector picture. After that I can import it into Blender. I have done this and the result seems pretty good if you don’t look too close, which I do… Also, when adding a vector it becomes one single object, but this is a problem for me because I want it in may different layers when animating.
To the question(s):
Is there anyone who can tell me what the best way is to get this picture (now its in PNG) into Blender without getting tons of segments on every straight line? I just want one segment in each “corner”.
My goal is to have the same setup as in the logo, with colours and everything (but in 3D). I also wanna be able to animate so each letter could “pop-up” after one and another!
Thanks a lot for your help.
Any small idea/advice is appreciated!
vector file imported into blender (.blend):
frolunda.blend (532 KB)
Part of logo (.in .PNG format)