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Tutorial: da bitmap a SVG con Inkscape


Together with Gimp by image manipulation, e a Scribus for desktop publishing I happen sometimes to adopt the use of Inkscape. Inkscape is a vector graphics editor, a program for the picture "screen". It can be used in various fields, there are those who used to draw company logos, or even for the illustrations of some books. Personally, I have many skills in this area, and I find that even a pencil and paper in many cases are the most expeditious (of course, from my point of view). More than anything else I Inkscape is useful for vectorization of raster images, I know that Inkscape provides several other functions and is a little 'reductive use it exclusively for this, but for now I have no other duties for him to perform.

Open Inkscape and import an image jpg: