Posts Tagged With: custom images

Create Custom Items in Google Drawing

Let me set the stage: You are creating a custom Bitmoji classroom scene (Tutorial here) or digital escape room scene and you find the PERFECT image, but SAD, it’s not free to use. What do you do? Well, you don’t illegally use it. PLEASE DON’T DO THAT! Instead, you make your own in Google Drawing.

Here is an image I found that is clearly not free because it has a watermark. But I really like the way this desk is situated and I want one like it.

Untitled drawing - 2020-05-14T123017.398

 

 

 

 

 

 

Untitled drawing - 2020-05-14T123451.486Open Drawing and Paste in Clipart

In a new Google Drawing file, paste in the not free to use clipart. Don’t worry, we will delete it later.

Screen Shot 2020-05-14 at 12.36.22 PM

Bitmoji StepsUse Shape Tools to Create Image

Bitmoji Steps (2)Delete, Shrink Canvas, Save

Now that your image is complete, delete the clipart.

Select all by using command (or control) A or click and drag your cursor from top left top bottom right. Move your image to the upper left corner.

Drag the handle in the bottom right corner and shrink your canvas to fit your image.

Screen Shot 2020-05-14 at 1.34.03 PM Screen Shot 2020-05-14 at 1.35.31 PM
Now you can go to file and download as a .png to keep the background transparent or .jpg if you want the background to be white. If you plan to use this image in your custom scene then you want a transparent background.

Here are a few images I have drawn using Google Drawing. You can use the polyline tool or the curve tool, both under the line tool menu and make custom shapes.

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

Have fun and please share if you create your own custom images.

Categories: Bitmoji, Google Drawing | Tags: , , | 1 Comment

Blog at WordPress.com.