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Inkscape Tutorial I - Intro by White-Heron Inkscape Tutorial I - Intro by White-Heron
Introduction to Inkscape! ^^

microUgly's Quick Guide to Inkscape (must-read before you use my tutorial)

Index (go here to download the .svg versions and for tutorial information)
I. Foreword: why Inkscape?
II. Interface preparation
III. Techniques
IV. Application
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zabaz Feb 12, 2010  Professional General Artist
Thank you and keep supporting OpenSource!!
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:iconchocojax:
Faving for the future~♥
Thanks ouo /
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drift-Angel Nov 16, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
can I please have permission to post this tutorial in sigresource.com? with a link back to your DA?
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:iconwhite-heron:
Sure, go ahead! (though I find the tutorial a bit outdated)
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:iconmicrougly:
In regards to the downside where you say you need to use the calligraphy tool or create a new shape to create blotches of paint, you might be interested in the new paint bucket fill tool.

The latest SVN has improved on it further by allowing you to fill areas that aren't properly closed - great for colouring rough linework.
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:iconwhite-heron:
Yup! I've mentioned the fill bucket in later parts of this tutorial. :D However, it's in 0.46, and I'm assuming that people are using the 0.45 stable version for Now, so I only made a side note for it. 0.46 will probably only be released after the Summer of Code, so depending on your point of view it can be a while (I'm not about to tell people to "Start using Inkscape n... uh... 3 months from now! :) ). Heh.

The latest SVN has improved on it further by allowing you to fill areas that aren't properly closed - great for colouring rough linework.

Whoo-hoo! :D
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