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I have created an svg image in inkscape. In blender (cycles) I've imported the svg image but the colors are not ok:

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How do you setup blender cycles so that it renders the imported svg the same as in inkscape or any other svg viewer?

(reason for svg: to animate the separate objects/layers)

  • I tried to remove the lamp --> dark, nothing visible
  • I tried changing lamp type --> almost no difference
  • setting the World surface color to white gives me the correct white background already
  • Scene > uncheck Shadows in Light paths, does not really do much.

What should be enabled/disabled to correctly display the svg images?

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As you describe it, you just want to import into blender for animation purposes.

I might be wrong, but I think blender only looks at the shapes of the svgs and (based on your image) approximates the color gradients as single colors. I suggest exporting all svgs as png with alpha and use the "import image as plane add-on" in blender. addon

Set the materials on the planes to an emission shader with strength 1 (this way they are "not shaded" and somewhat independent of external lighting, giving a 2d look) and the background to white.

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  • $\begingroup$ purpose of svg is when I scale them, they look good… (vector) compared to png... $\endgroup$ – juFo Oct 3 '18 at 9:48

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