Archive for February, 2009

Video Tutorial on the Inskcape Interface

Take a look at some of the elements that make up the Inkscape interface. Inkscape is equivalent to the Adobe Photoshop/Illustrator hence can be used to create logos or in some cases has been used to create mattes for animation.   (more…)

Inkscape, Guide to a Vector Drawing Program

THE COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE to the Inkscape program. (more…)

Converting Bitmaps to Vector Images in Animux

This article explains how to convert bitmap images to vector images using tools included in Animux. (more…)

Inkscape keyboard and mouse reference

In Inkscape many of the operations are available through the keyboard shortcuts. (more…)

Inkscape’s Very Basic Tutorial

This tutorial demonstrates the basics of using Inkscape. It coverscovers canvas navigation, managing documents, shape tool basics, selection techniques, transforming objects with selector, grouping, setting fill and stroke, alignment, and z-order.


Create a light bulb icon using Inkscape on Animux

Animux includes a vector graphics editor, Inkscape, with capabilities similar to Illustrator, CorelDraw, or Xara X, using the W3C standard Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) file format. This is a tutorial in inkscape to create icons. (more…)

Creating a beautiful glowing text in GIMP

In this GIMP tutorial , you will learn how to use Gradients, import photoshop brushes, using the colorize tools,  alpha selection and layers.


Gimp Tutorial: Fun with light

The best way to learn a tool is to create something in it. In this tutorial, author teaches you how to create a glowing light bulb in 9 steps and a stock picture using some key tools of in GIMP. (more…)

Using GIMP’s display map filter for photorealistic effects

Fence-Post on created this easy to use tutorial which shows one how to use the one of the most under utilized ” the Displace Map filter” tool to get depth and realism to your work.


Text to Path Gimp Tutorial

This short tutorial will teach you how to create text to path technique In the Gimp. When completed you should be able to get text to follow any sort of path. (more…)

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