Inkscape is awesome for vector drawing and with a price tag of zero, noppes, nada, gratis it is sure software that should not be overlooked. Inkscape is also growing up fast. At VSD we try to use Inkscape as much as possible and we use it almost exclusively to achieve our professional portfolio. We like to share our knowledge in a series of short tutorials that add up to a design that is directly useful.
In this short video tutorial we use the powers of Inkscape to create a simple textile patch with a frayed edge. I used a similar patch in a more complex illustration for the clothing of a ragg doll. The tutorial is suitable for the beginning Inkscape user.
Tools and techniques demonstrated: Pattern along a Path, Filters.
File size: 1.8MB
Click on the "PLAY" button in the center of the screen to start this video tutorial. The video can be paused at any time by clicking the pause button on the control bar at the bottom.
The main focus of Very Simple Designs is to provide digital resources that can be used for print and web design. While we fill the site to the brim with our professionally created vector stock, patterns and textures as well as brushes for Photoshop and Paintshop Pro, we offer everything free for personal use.