Name: [3331] rfquerin-heathenx
Member: 84 months
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Inkscape Tutorial by heathenx - EP049 Sunbursts [ID:556] (1/1)

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In this screencast I will demonstrate how to make a sunburst and apply it to a logo in Inkscape 0.45.

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11. Herman Golida Fri, 23 Jul 2010 14:52

a friend told me about inkscape,because i lately got a conputer and the internet,he suggested it because i doodle a lot.i'm new to computers and the internet.and i liked some of the art work that i saw and wanted to better understand how the program worked. and from what i've seen these guys are very,very good at what they do.


10. Alex Puente Sat, 03 Jul 2010 15:52

Wonderful tutorial. Nicely explained. Thank you for doing this.


Nice video, well spoken, good pace.


8. anonymous Wed, 18 Nov 2009 18:49

well done.. maybe explain what tools you are using a little slower for those of us who are beginners.


7. anonymous Wed, 07 Oct 2009 09:57

Thank you so much for these tutorials. I was thinking of downloading inskape and you showed me how much fun it is to use it.

I love to watch a video tutorial, makes it so much easier to understand.

Again thanks


6. anonymous Sat, 15 Aug 2009 20:27

I am impressed with the ease you managed the development of the Sunburst Logo using Inkscape and it has given me a bit more of an understanding of the properties that Inkscape has.


5. anonymous Wed, 15 Jul 2009 00:44

Great! It is always nice to get it right. Still studying HTML, XHTML, and CSS. Not even close to INKSCAPE yet. While watching you video I was waiting for the WAALAA! I guess if you know what you are doing there's no need. Question? At what point during my study of web development should I start using INKSCAPE? How long is it going to take to learn? What is the cost of the program? Does it apply to php, javascript, java, dom, asp? I guess I should have said questions. What applications does it apply to? Thanks, even if you don't have time to respond. I enjoyed your video.


Excellent video, thanks for taking the time to make it.


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