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Default Quick Inkscape sign demo

I did a little 8 minute youtube video on how I create a sign using Inkscape.

Hope you find it useful.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sir9...ature=youtu.be
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Dutch ~ Excellent video. Pacing may be a tad fast for us newbies, but certainly is educational and inspiring. I would be interested in seeing more videos showing how to label garden equipment handles. For example, a unique design for an axe handle.

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Awesome Dutch! Thank you for the info, very interesting.

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Nice video, gives me a bunch of ideas that I can test without have to cut the wood.
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I did a little 8 minute youtube video on how I create a sign using Inkscape.

Hope you find it useful.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sir9...ature=youtu.be
That is just incredible! So much to remember. Nigel should be very grateful.

I am constantly reminded of how very little I know when it comes to this. I congratulate you on your skills. I wish I had a bigger sponge to absorb all of this.
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Great, thanks, more would be nice, a little slower would be also nice for us senior citizens.

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Great video..

I am going to have to up my ante.....LOL

What program do you use to record?

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I've been trying on and off to learn Inkscape. I liked this very much and I'm in the camp that you need slow this down to be effective. My second comment is that it would be great if you make a short presentation about completing the project. I assumed you'd cut this with a rounter but who knows.

Andway I'm hoping to see more. Thanks.

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Thanks for all the positive comments.

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I did it quick just to peak your interest and
show you how fast and easy it can be. Future vids will be slower paced.

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Thanks, sounds great and much appreciated.

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