Name: [3331] rfquerin-heathenx
Member: 84 months
Authored: 15 videos

rfquerin-heathenx

The goal of screencasters.heathenx.org is to provide a means for allowing new users of the Inkscape community (or anyone else interested) to watch some basic and intermediate tutorials by Richard Querin and heathenx. We feel that through a screencast we can better convey the steps required to recreate our graphics or perhaps just provide a little inspiration.

You can check us out at http://screencasters.heathenx.org

Authored Video Series

rfquerin-heathenx In this screencast I will demonstrate how to make a sunburst and apply it to a logo in In [...]
rfquerin-heathenx In this screencast, I demonstrate a slotted corner scrapbooking effect. I also demonstrat [...]
rfquerin-heathenx In this tutorial I will demonstrate how to illustrate a very simple RSS icon in Inkscape [...]
rfquerin-heathenx In this series of videos we'll demonstrate some of the basics of making screencasts in Li [...]
rfquerin-heathenx In this tutorial I illustrate how to create a lightsaber in Inkscape v0.45
rfquerin-heathenx This screencast describes a way to 'funkify' some text using Inkscape.
rfquerin-heathenx In this tutorial I illustrate simple boolean operations in Inkscape v0.45. http://screenc [...]
rfquerin-heathenx In this tutorial I illustrate the steps needed to place text around a circle in Inkscape [...]
rfquerin-heathenx A screencast demonstrating how to use the perspective effect in Inkscape. http://screenca [...]
rfquerin-heathenx In this tutorial I will demonstrate how to make a DVD software box in Inkscape v0.45 http [...]
rfquerin-heathenx Here's a neat method of creating a glass button effect for various objects. http://screen [...]
rfquerin-heathenx In this screencast I create a pseudo-3D version of a photo using Inkscape. http://screenc [...]
rfquerin-heathenx In this tutorial I will demonstrate how to make pin buttons in Inkscape v0.45. The idea f [...]

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