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No, no such software exists. Indeed if a computer program could decompose a image with this kind of accuracy that would mean millions if not hundreds of millions losing their job. This is smack in the middle of artificial intelligence land. Also this would devalue the drawing skill to a point where whats the point of doing it. I mean computers can not even ...


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Maybe Fontself could be interesting. It is not really expensive ($49) and really consumer-usable because it makes it easy to create your font right from Adobe Illustrator without deep knowledge about typography.


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Here is a free web site for doing this (that, however, allows only for producing low quality GIFs): https://3dthis.com/morph.htm Another software is Morpheus Photo Morpher, which is not free but seems to be more powerful and equally easy to use.


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The best statistical tool for this kind of pixel analysis is a "histogram." Typical ones divide an image vertically by percentage and 256 columns wide for each of different luminances from black to white. You can capture a histogram for each of the image colour channels you wish to compare. They can be viewed separately by channels such as red, green, blue, ...


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You specify that you need to draw an outline, i like to trace over a photo using black lines, although it doesnt animate the lifeforms, it creates perfect poses and proportions. color the pics in with spilled paint using swatches from the original and it's about as fast as a good drawer and about as good or better because it is realistic poses. you can use ...


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Vector graphics is used differently than painting/drawing. You do not usually "draw" or sketch anything in a vector graphics software, your constructing a solution. Much like cutting paper for use as a mask. Most vector software do have a brush and pen tool, its just that it is entirely useless in terms of what your usually doing so you do not see people ...


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Try to use APFill Ink Coverage calculator. It calculates coverage of the PDF file and you will get results like on screenshots. It shows separated coverage % for each of CMYK spots and up to 8 pantone colors for each page of the PDF file.


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There's also Evernote vs Dropbox which has advanced organization and sorting capabilities. If I understand the question, there are collaborative sites that have various degrees of control (security/confidentiality) for sharing databases of all sorts. PBWorks and Slack are two you might find beneficial. Most all database sites scale up from a basic package ...


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Adobe Acrobat has a number of tools to analyze PDF documents. You can use the Preflight tool (Edit → Preflight...) to analyze for any pre-print issues, including ink coverage, image resolution etc. and correct some issues. There are a number of preset profiles that you can use, I believe some contain ink coverage checks. You can create your own custom ...


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I know Fontself (which I haven't tried yet but really looks awesome) will soon include this feature. While not free it is still less expensive than Transtype and allows you to directly make fonts within Illustrator - which is its main purpose, in fact it is an Illustrator plugin. However I don't now any totally free software which can do this...



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