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Inkscape Detailed by Chromakode Inkscape Detailed by Chromakode
Here's a detailed interpretation of the Inkscape logo. With the new possibilities of the blur feature, I wanted to take a shot at some (loose) realism.

SVG Source File.

This is an entry in the Inkscape 0.45 About Screen Contest.
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rowenabrennavart Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
Go Inkscape!! Love that thing! *tries to squeeze Inkscape software and fails. 'Cos it's well _software_, duh!* Like the drawing, it's hard to do realistic stuff with vectors. For me it's hard to do even completely not-realistic stuff >.<;; the face on my avatar was made with Inkscape and a notebook pad (no mouse here T-T)
KallePersson Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2007
If I was the judge, this one would have won!
timbo Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2007
bah, this one should have won the competition. wish I could have voted in the final say :/
rubberkeith Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2007
I know how you feel, lol. I didn't know about it until something like twelve hours after the pic was chosen....
Chromakode Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2007
I know how you feel there. I discovered the announcement that our main man Bryce was giving a presentation about Inkscape at Portland State University just days after I had visited the campus. I was so bummed.

Sometimes you have to just take it in stride, and make super super advance plans to dominate next time ;D
FishB8 Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2007
What type-face is does the "Draw Freely" come from?

I really like it.
Chromakode Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2007
The font is the previously "official" branding font for use with the Inkscape logo. Unfortunately, after posting this screen, I discovered it was nonfree. Back when I snarfed it, I recall it was a link to a site with the ttf listed on it -- however sometime since it seems that it was discovered that this was a commercial font, and the links were updated to their commercial ($25) offering. :(
rubberkeith Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2007
You'd most certainly have had my vote, if I'd known about the competition sooner (I might even have entered myself).
The visible nodes tool on the side of the mountain is a great indication of what Inkscape is capable of well done, and commiserations :)
Hey, there's always 0.46 to make splashes for ;)
Chromakode Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2007
Thanks man :)

I've always liked the look of showing the underpinnings of the tools used in art programs... though perhaps you haven't seen the competition!

I look forward to your entry for 0.46 ;)
Oniwolf12 Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2006  Professional Filmographer
Awesome, Max. That would make a really cool logo for a mountain resort (has snowboarding on the brain).
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