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Bixelangelo is a design tool for creating bitmap (PNG) and vector (EPS) drawings for use in BluffTitler. Next to recording handwritten sketches, Bixelangelo can generate drawings in a wide range of styles including ornaments, filigrees, flourishes, curls and swirls.
Bixelangelo records your handwritten sketches/texts and exports them in the EPS format for use in the sketch layer of BluffTitler.
Choose Layer > Add Layer > Add Sketch Layer... to create a new sketch layer.
A picture layer can be attached to the sketch layer. The attached picture follows the path of the sketch.
Choose Layer > Attach Layer > Attach Picture to active Layer... to attach a picture layer.
A text layer can be attached to the sketch layer. The attached text follows the path of the sketch.
Choose Layer > Attach Layer > Attach Text to active Layer to attach a text layer.
By attaching a particle layer to your sketch you can create a nice glow.
Choose Layer > Attach Layer > Attach Particles to active Layer... to attach a particle layer.
Bixelangelo can generate drawings in a wide range of styles including ornaments, filigrees, flourishes, curls and swirls. Everytime you press the Generate button, a new random sketch is generated. The output can be animated in BluffTitler.
The ornaments can be decorated with coloured borders and black outlines.
Branches can have a wide range of shapes. The branch editor offers lots of presets but also allows you to draw and import your own shapes.
Every branch can sprout a new branch. Parents can have children, grand children, great-grandchildren,...
Every generation can have its own branch settings.
Every branch can have a bitmap flower that pops up when the branch has been rendered. Bixelangelo offers presets for Azalias, Buttercups, Camellias, Clematises, Daisies, Dandelions, Lilies, Papavers, Rododendrons and Tulips.
In the forest editor you can define a fertile area. Trees are only sprouted from this area.
In the forest editor you can define a sterilized area. Those areas are never grown, making space for texts and pictures.