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πŸŽƒπŸ”ͺ Spooky? πŸ”ͺπŸŽƒ

Say you're designing a quiz ranking each movie in the HALLOWEEN franchise. You know that IV is better than III, because you have great taste. But, you need to choose imagery for each that accurately depicts the level of spookiness in each movie. Usually I'd say that's a very specific scenario and there's likely nothing that could help you make that decision, BUT NOW, there's a plugin for thatTM

halloween IV is the answer

This plugin is based on a machine learning model made with Apple's open source Turi Create. I'm working on running a bunch more spo0o0o0o0oky images through it, but for now it works best with πŸ”ͺ & πŸŽƒ & πŸ—‘.

Inspired by hotdog-not-hotdog by Mathieu Dutour.

πŸŽƒ Installation

Install with Sketch Runner

Requires Sketch 49+ and macOS 10.13+

  • Download the latest release of the plugin
  • Un-zip
  • Double-click on spooky.sketchplugin
  • Test the ~ πŸ‘» spookiness πŸ‘» ~ of your images

πŸ”ͺ Usage

  • Select an image layer
  • Click on Plugins > πŸŽƒπŸ”ͺ Spooky?

Development Guide

This plugin was created using skpm. For a detailed explanation on how things work, checkout the skpm Readme.

Publishing your plugin

skpm publish <bump>

(where bump can be patch, minor or major)

skpm publish will create a new release on your GitHub repository and create an appcast file in order for Sketch users to be notified of the update.

You will need to specify a repository in the package.json:

+ "repository" : {
+   "type": "git",
+   "url": "git+"
+  }


Is this image ~πŸŽƒπŸ”ͺspookyπŸ”ͺπŸŽƒ~ enough? You'll never have to ask yourself that question again. Happy Halloween!






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