Join Mike Rankin for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of Inkscape Essential Training.
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- Exercise Files
- If you're a premium subscriber, you'll have access to the exercise files I'll be using in this video series. I recommend that you download the exercise files and put the main folder on your desktop. Inside the exercise file's folder, you'll find sub-folders for each chapter and then within those, the files for each movie. If you're not a premium subscriber, you won't have the access to the exercise files, but I still recommend that you follow along using your own files. When you open the exercise files they might open at a different zoom level then what you see in the movies in this course.
If that happens, you can quickly zoom to fit the whole page in the window by pressing the 5 key on your keyboard.
- Downloading and installing Inkscape
- Creating new documents
- Importing AI and EPS files in Inkscape
- Working with input devices like tablets
- Drawing basic shapes
- Scaling and rotating objects
- Adding fills and strokes
- Using Inkscape extensions
- Adding and editing text
- Printing and exporting Inkscape artwork
Skill Level Beginner
Drawing Vector Graphics: Patternswith Von Glitschka4h Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Navigating an Inkscape Document
3. Drawing Basic Shapes
4. Transforming Objects
5. Working with Fills and Strokes
6. Using Filters
7. Using Extensions
8. Creating Complex Shapes
9. Working with Text
10. Printing and Exporting Artwork
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