Attention Cricut Makers and Glowforge Laser Cutter types, the time has come for you to learn how to design Vector Graphics to get the most out of your machines. Here I will teach you how to use A.I. to generate a high contrast black and white logo or graphic image into a PNG or JPG format, then convert it into a magical SVG using the free program Inkscape for your Cricut or Glowforge projects.
Learn Inkscape for Glowforge
This 10-lesson course that you can finish in a single afternoon will teach you how to design scalable vector graphics (SVG files) on Inkscape for use with your Glowforge Laser Cutter. In no time strange new items once only in your imagination will be in your two hands.
“From zero knowledge of Inkscape to creating a simple character within 15 minutes… I’d say this course is effective thus far!”
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Learn how to make Glowforge Laser Cutter Projects: 12 Toys
For those who have completed the introductory course, learn how to make fun pranks, games, and toys in Glowforge Laser Cutter Projects: 12 Toys. Online video course includes SVG files. Only want the vector files? You can also download individual SVG files. Let’s get crafting!
Howdy! Jay Moores here.
I have taught arts and crafts to kids between the ages of 8-15 since 1984. I like to create modern takes of old wooden folk toys by designing toys and games for my Glowforge laser cutter and my Cricut Maker. The blend of old fashioned ideas made on modern equipment gives the work a whole new feel. Toys and games are a great way to expose people to technology, especially kids. The playfulness helps to decrease the intimidation of learning how to use the high tech gear. Your brain keeps thinking, “we’re just playing, right?” It doesn’t know how much it is learning! I hope to help others learn how to design vector files for their crafting machine, it’s so much fun. Oh yeah, I live in Maine. It is cold here.
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