I have not used a forum before to get an answer for a technical question, so bear with me. also, my spelling is pretty bad :) ok so, I have an alpha channel for a logo that I want to animate. I want the logo to have depth. as in not just the flat image plane but extruded.

is there a way to cut out the logo from the image plane using the alpha image to manipulate the geometry? ideally, there would be a way to have a blender automatically place edges around the edge of the logo so that I can just delete the parts that aren't needed.

any solutions???


For a logo trace it in a vector drawing program and export it as SVG. No need to deal with alpha or pixels.

read the following links:

How do I turn my PNG Image into a mesh object?

Why can't I import a SVG file from Adobe Illustrator or Inkscape?

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