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Inkscape: Open Source Vector Graphics Editor: Home

A guide to the open source vector graphics editor Inkscape.

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WORKING WITH INKSCAPE

The Inkscape interface, as pictured below, is a powerful and dynamic open source program. It allows users to create and edit scalable vector graphics, format drawing files and is comparable to Adobe Illustrator and other professional vector graphic editing programs. 

INTRODUCTION TO INKSCAPE

What is Inkscape?

Inkscape is professional open source software that allows users to create and edit scalable vector graphics. It is open source, so it is free to download, and it is a great alternative to Adobe Illustrator.

What can I do with Inkscape?

Inkscape is a design program that is great for generating vector art, line art and logos and other related graphics.

What is “open source” software?

Inkscape is a type of software that is known as open source. This means that not only is the program available and free to use, but also, the source code is open to the public to create an environment for collaborative modifications and improvements.

Where can I get Inkscape?

You can download Inkscape and find out other information about it by clicking on the button below.

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