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I'm pretty sure the sololearn logo was hand-drawn with some editor. If you look at a large version of it the gaps between the petals are very irregular, they aren't nice geometric shapes. The way I did it is intersect a circle with a circle that's squished in height by half to get a crescent moon shape. The sololearn logo isn't spherical on the outside like the aperture science logo, so if you wanna do the "donut method" I wouldn't start with one large circle, rather 6 circles arranged in a circle and then you cut out the center. The curvy spiral lines going inwards are circles with radius twice as large as the 6 small circles.
This is nice! https://code.sololearn.com/Wp3QUov9I62Q/?ref=app
I think Jema has a code for this
Coder Kitten I'd like to generate it from scratch so that I don't have to do that - as I've stated in the question.
I think everyone is misunderstanding my question, lol. I'm not asking about how to import images nor about how to generate the SL logo in-general. I'm wanting to know if it'd be possible to generate the logo via the method mentioned within the question (steps are bulleted). If someone has succeeded at doing this already, I'd most definitely be interested to know how they pulled it off.
All right. I mean, you can try to recontruct it from scratch, using tools such as inkscape, and arrive at an svg that will look similar, then again one could just read the exact values off the official one (colours, paths and all). But, maybe svg is not an option, since it appears that you want to draw it on canvas. Well, I haven't attempted that yet, so I cannot really help then ☺.
Ah Fox I get it now 😂. Personally I have not tried your method.
Have you tried inspecting the SL website and grab the SVG? If SVG is a viable option for you that is.
Wasn't there a contest on this once? Perhaps you could search "Sololearn logo" on code playground for some inspiration?
I don't think foxes code?
Waiting to see it