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|Inkscape On Ubuntu|
|Desktop Training - Ubuntu 8.04|
A new addition to Ubuntu is Inkscape, a drawing program that has similar features to popular drawing applications like Illustrator, Freehand, and Corel Draw. Inkscape allows users to create illustrations that works best for all professional print and electronic projects while maintaining W3C compliant XML, SVG, and CSS2 standards. Like many other of the popular drawing applications Inkscape uses nodes, curves, lines and shapes together to create a finished product. Inkscape contains all of the industry standard tools you would expect from a drawing applications and some unique tools of its' own.
Here are some useful object creation tools and features that Inkscape offers:
Features and tools that allow you to manipulate objects:
Here are some Fill/Stroke options offered in Inkscape
Text options include some of the following
Rendering options and features i found useful include:
Inkscape has too many features to list here but as your can see it allows the creation of professional products using commonly used features.
In Ubuntu 8.04 you can select the Inkscape drawing application by clicking on the Gnome, Applications --- Graphics --
The Inkscape interface is full of tools to get the job done, start out by selecting tools on toolbar to the left.