Name: [3331] rfquerin-heathenx
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Inkscape Tutorial by Richard Querin - EP015 Perspective [ID:413] (1/1)

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A screencast demonstrating how to use the perspective effect in Inkscape.

http://screencasters.heathenx.org

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20. Jonathan Ellis Tue, 20 Jul 2010 06:41

This was really useful and easy to understand. Thanks very much


TOO SOON TO TELL BUT AM LOOKING FORWARD TO SOME DIRECTION W/INKSCAPE.


18. joseph Chau Sun, 28 Mar 2010 19:56

Your Video was made easy enough for beginner like me to follow. Hoping to see more of your how-to Videos. Thanks


Just so great...


16. Ben Mills Sat, 06 Mar 2010 12:51

Excellent. - short and concise just the thing I needed


I like this, it was slow enough for me to catch on.

Thanks


14. anonymous Mon, 16 Nov 2009 10:52

It's a great video, thanks for it.


13. anonymous Thu, 22 Oct 2009 11:31

Excellent!!! This video tutorial was exactily what I was searching. Congratulations to the author! Thanks!


12. anonymous Thu, 07 May 2009 00:40

You are the best!


Good tutorial. Thanks!


10. anonymous Tue, 21 Apr 2009 20:18

Beautiful, The best way, for new knows


9. anonymous Thu, 02 Apr 2009 19:37

Very helpful tutorial. When running on ubuntu 8.1 I had to select the object I wanted to transform first then the transform path. The long intro was annoying and I just skipped over it. Fun for you but lame for people watching. If I wanted to see a video of someone writing Screecast 8 etc etc, then I would've clicked on that video instead. If you had very very quickly shown a video of that ~5 secs then I wouldn't have cared as much. But >1 minute? Yeah no.


8. anonymous Fri, 06 Feb 2009 13:38

Nicely done! My thanks for your effort. (I only wish it worked for me.) I've been fighting perspective problems since the install (WinXP SP1, Inkscape 0.46.) I haven't given up on it as I'm dedicated to running on "open" software and using .SVG, but this is costing me a ton of dough. I need to learn perspective. hahahaha. Realy, thanks again.


7. anonymous Sat, 12 Jul 2008 11:50

Thak you very much for the Perspective Inskcape tutorial. Very good quality, really easy to understand, very helpfull.


Great!

Though I only got it to work when selecting the object first and perspective shape second...


5. anonymous Tue, 27 May 2008 03:17

Very clear tutorial.

However, I have a problem using this tool.

I'm trying to use 3 colored rectangular objects, and when I combine the objects to get a single one, it transforms the 3 colored object I'm expecting in one colored object...

Do you know how I can get a single object with more than one color that I can use with the Perspective tool ?

Thank you in advance.

dazyb@deviantART


4. anonymous Mon, 10 Mar 2008 17:37

I had a problem in ubuntu linux at first...

It looked like the perspective script was looking for the python module 'numpy'.

apt-get install python-numpy

and things worked like a charm. Nice screencast. Thanks.


I LIKE IT!

Without training like this, it would take a newbie "like me" forever to learn the more subtle aspects of the program.

I really appreciate your efforts to teach the masses, I can only hope to be as good as you guys one day.


Review of Inkscape Tutorial by Richard Querin - EP015 Perspective

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Hi Richard. It might be time to think about developing some publicity for your videos. I have some notes in the wiki:

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which could help.

The name 'ShowMeDo' is recognised on sites like Reddit and DZone so it is a good place to post an entry. Do ask a question in the Google Group:

http://groups.google.com/group/showmedo

on publicity if you'd like some pointers.

If we can increase your exposure here, we can certainly point more traffic back at your own site.

At the moment your viewership is quite low (darn!):

http://showmedo.com/mostPopular

and I'd really like to see that increase for you!

Ian.


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