Inkscape ist eine Open-Source-Businessgrafik-Software. Dieser Linux-, Windows- und OSX-Vektorgrafik-Editor (SVG-Format) bietet Transparenz, Farbverläufe, Knotenbearbeitung, Musterausfüllung, PNG-Export und vieles mehr.
I have been using Inkscape since 2008 to create drawings, emblems, and documents since 2008. Inkscape's open-source file format and codebase ensure that Inkscape will be around for many years to come. I would venture to guess that Inkscape will someday become an industry accepted format simply because it will be increasingly adopted by citizens, civil society organizations and local governments that support the principles of open-source software
Interface is quite similar enough to CorelDraw and Illustrator that using Inkscape is quite intuitive.
In the last few years, Inkscape has improved dramatically and it is now able to create complex, very large drawings.
Inkscape is dedicated to open standards to avoid proprietary vendor lock-in. The software is free to download and use- this is essential for grad students working on a budget. Open source software helps ensure that people have access to excellent software tools irrespective of their capability to pay.
Inkscape is cross-platform software- a fact that allows the use of Inkscape on Windows, Mac, or Linux and ensures that Inkscape documents can be opened on all computers. This is useful in organizations where various people must work together on documents, but may be using different operating systems.
Inskcape cannot flawlessly import CorelDraw documents. This is very much understandable and is mainly the fault of Corel for having proprietary formats that ensure users are locked-in to their product line.
Inkscape currently lacks the ability to create multiple page documents. If it could, I would use it exclusively for layout and typesetting of brochures and posters.
I use this tool regularly at work to help me create visuals for my technical reports, whether it be a free body diagram or an image depicting the layout of my assemblies. Inkscape has many useful features, with my favorite being the "Layer" option which allows you to create layers to draw on that can be above or below the beginning layer. This feature allows you to add in certain figures in the background or foreground without having to restart the entire drawing. Another useful tool is the Grid View which displays the entire sheet in a grid like style. This is preferred to me as my drawings are usually needed to be relatively precise and having the grid style helps to ensure that.
There is not much I can say negatively about this software. It is open source and there are many tutorials online to help you create figures, making it all around an excellent decision for a drawing tool. It lacks some of the more advanced features you would get in PhotoShop but there are little tricks you can do to get around.
I have used Inkscape for personal and professional illustrations. I have used it to convert line drawings to vector files for logo and clipart creation. A few hard to open PDFs have even been accessed by Inkscape when I needed to get to something inside.
I have to admit, open source software is always intriguing to me. When it works well that is all the better.
One of the best features is the conversion tool for taking my black and white line art from a photo and turning it into a quality vector image.
Another great feature is the active blur. With it, I can blur lines and shapes until I get exactly what I want. There is no intermediate step of choosing a number or checking a preview box before applying it.
The software is being actively worked on, and improved. That is a huge plus when looking at open source software of any kind.
It may be a bit of a bother for some to run it on a Mac. It runs great but it requires Quartz to be installed and then it runs in that. I have used it on Mac PC and Linux with no noticeable differnces.
The interface may be clunky at times, but I'm more concerned with how the tool works than how it looks.
I always recommend beginners wanting to learn vector-based software to start with Inkscape because it can do it all and is completely free.
Inkscape isn't easy to pick up and learn but neither are any of the other vector-based graphic design software programs. For free, Inkscape really can't be beat. If you need to learn how to do something, the community is all over and you can search online with multiple examples displayed by contributors.
Very seldomly the software would crash when I started up. This seems to have been fixed.
I've used inkscape to design some logos and stickers, and shirts I've used for different outlets. I love how I can use it to create what I need without a lot of fuss
I love how I can create vector art, design and illustration without a premium "billion-options" platform. I get overwhelmed by photoshop but inkscape has a lot of the same functions without paying a fortune just to get one or two designs
It has some quirks, some glitches. sometimes if you move an object it glitches and leaves a little trail behind. Sometimes it even shows up on an export. So that's annoying but if you're careful it goes away
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Inkscape bietet folgende Kostenpläne an:
Preismodell: Freemium, Open Source
Kostenlose Testversion: Nicht verfügbar
Inkscape bietet die folgenden Funktionen:
Inkscape hat die folgenden typischen Kunden:
Freie Mitarbeiter, Kleine Unternehmen
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Inkscape hat folgende Preismodelle:
Freemium, Open Source
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