How to make a CUSTOM Snapchat BooR Code / QR Code
YOU WILL NEED ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR / OR HIGH LEVEL PHOTO EDITOR TO EDIT YOUR .SVG FILE (Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is an XML-based vector image format for two-dimensional graphics with support for interactivity and animation)
Have you seen friends with cool custom BooR Codes on GhostCodes, business cards, promo material etc? Well heres a way you can customize yours!
DOWNLOAD YOUR CODE
GO ONLINE TO:
Sign into your account
with you snapchat USERNAME and PASSWORD
Next it will come to a screen that says
‘MANAGE MY ACCOUNT”
Click on the first button “MY SNAPCODE”
Next Click on ‘’DOWNLOAD SNAPCODE”
Your going get 3 items in a folder (I use MAC)
Use the ‘’snapcode.svg’’ to do your editing
NOTE: I use Adobe illustrator to customize my BOO R / QR CODE
you will need an editor such as Adobe Illustrator to customize
Once your in your Adobe Illustrator (I use the updated Adobe Creative Cloud Package so my Illustrator may look different thank yours).
You can click directly on the snapcode border and it will select the full
code for you to edit.
Next I chose a royal purple as an example on my color palette to change
the code from original yellow to a purple color.
You can also select the center ghost image in order to change the color as well.
NEXT, I wanted to add a picture to the layer. So I decided to test my Sixmic Films Mascot (Tie-Rone) for this example
You want to make sure that the picture is beneath the rest of the layer 1, in order to place your picture under the code.
Next I ‘’SAVE AS WEB’’ for my Code and you can start
using this for promo and upload it to Ghostcodes and other
propaganda to promote your snapchat!
Voight Thornton is a Snapchat filmmaker | director | part-time Doodler
located in Scottsdale, Arizona
Filmmaker | Storyteller | Emoji Art
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From: Alamogordo, New Mexico
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