SVG Artista

Little tool that helps you create SVG animations

#4 Product of the WeekAugust 27, 2019
SVG Artista is a tool that helps you animate stroke and fill properties in your SVG graphics with CSS code. It should work fine with path, line, polyline, rect, circle, ellipse and polygon elements.
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12 Reviews2.5/5
Love tools like this. Constantly seeing cool animations on websites and wondering how to replicate them. Definitely giving this one a try
Thanks @aaronoleary! Hope it helps you create cool looking SVG animations ✌️
@syswarren @de maybe something you both would use?
@de @aaronoleary Might test it if I have svg to animate!
Very cool and simple tool. Because of its limitations (stroke and fill animation), I see this as a way to just add a little pizazz to static graphics on a site or as a basic intro type animation. If you were to add other animations, like bounce in, slide in, etc, maybe you can monetize then. Good stuff.
@xcast3d Thanks, you're right - we really wanted to keep this one simple and to the point :) Appreciate the suggestion though, if there is enough interest we might head that way. You may also want to have a look at our other product, too. It is a CSS playground/library and I suppose it could be possible to combine it with SVG Artista to achieve some of the effects.
This is awesome!! Great job! Would be cool if you added animation-iteration-count for looping the css animation
@neil_vanlandingham Thanks so much Neil and thanks for the suggestion. We'll consider adding this feature in one of the future updates :)
@neil_vanlandingham @ana108 This tool is just amazing and it saves a lot of time. Thanks and congratulations on making a such incredible tool. But for it to be 100% perfect (for my usage), I think it only lacks on the looping thing. If you guys could add this feature it would help me, and other people, a lot.
and for those who wants to make a loop out of this, just change "both" at the css class for "infinite alternate" and it will make a back and forth loop
@neil_vanlandingham @gustavo_xuxa Thanks for the kind words Gustavo! We will definitely try to add the looping feature in the next update.
@gustavo_xuxa Great tip, just want to add that instead of replacing the 'both' value, adding the 'infinite alternate' before the 'both' should work fine :)
Does it only support fill and stroke animations?
@andrei_nedelcu yes. Stroke works with path, line, polyline, rect, circle ellipse and polygon elements.