Anyone with intellectual honesty would not hesitate to affirm that the level of interoperability reached from the Adobe suite (the manner in which they interface between their programs) e di Gran go top compared to open source alternatives. An example is importing tracks the Illustrator a Photoshop, possible by the classic copy – Paste.
Today's article, however,, not meant to be a criticism of the lack of communication between the developers of several open source projects, intention is to demonstrate how it is possible (in a way perhaps slightly longer) the same import operation paths between Inkscape and Gimp.
We begin to create some forms with Inkscape. As this tutorial is basically the technician will create random shapes using different tools.
Save the image as Inkscape SVG native. “File” – “Save as…“.
Now open the same file SVG with Gimp. If a window aprirà Decide the size of the render desired. Depending on the image SVG needs can be more the less great. The important thing is to select the flag “Import Paths“.
Will be imported all the elements image: colors and form.
And in the tab “Paths” will be available the individual paths separate.