Here is a neat two-part tutorial explaining how to draw a cute cartoon tractor. This tutorial has both written instructions and screencasts, so whatever your favourite way of consuming inkscape tutorials is, it should have you covered. The tractor that you learn how to draw in this tutorial is also featured in a neat little game that is currently being developed called Tractor Trample.
Today István Szép of Pesto Design is holding another live tutorial event on Google Hangouts Event is now done, but you can watch the video here. This will be a halloween themed event, so he will be showing us all how to draw a pumpkin jack-o-lantern in Inkscape! Don’t stress if you cannot view it live, as the videos are always available afterwards to view as well!
This is part of a series of Live Drawing Events that István has been conducting over the last few months, and they are pretty awesome! Jump over to his Google+ page to find all the videos of past events.
Dave Crossland from the Crafting Type crew shows how to use the new Powerstroke feature in the upcoming inkscape 0.91 release to draw letters
Here is another tutorial from shmoggo.com on creating a logo using inkscape:
Here is an awesome tutorial from Aaron Nieze at the Shmoggo Blog. In this short tutorial, Aaron covers an array of inkscape Basics while creating a vector based company logo.
Here is a neat, quick and easy tutorial from the screencasters.heathenx.org guys. In this tutorial, they show you a quick way to create a neon sign effect.
Here is a video tutorial for creating a letterpress / text inset effect.
here is a neat little video tutorial describing how to draw a set of vector wings using inkscape.
Here is a comprehensive video tutorial, (created by syllie) that demonstrates how to use the awesome new spiro swirls feature in Inkscape 0.47, which was released in November 2009.
Introducing a new segment here at the inkscape tutorials blog: the Inkscape Video Tutorial Double Feature. Screening this week, we have:
3D Text Using Interpolation: An example on how to use the interpolation effect to create a faux 3d (yet impressive none-the-less) text effect:
And, Secondly, we have:
Wrap Text Around a Globe:
Another awesome screencast by heathenx:
In this episode I will demonstrate how to wrap text around a three-dimensional globe in Inkscape v.046.
I used a fairly new extension from Gerrit Karius (aka G33K) called Bezier Envelope. If you want to follow along or use the Bezier Envelope for whatever future purpose then be sure to download it here. Thanks Gerrit.
this is done using the same python script as halley used on his other video.
While this video is not a tutorial per se, it provides a great insight into how a more complicated inkscape drawing is constructed. It is basically a step – by – step construction of all the objects in the drawing put into a neat little video. Below is a thumb of the finished product that can be viewed at the artist’s deviantart page.
The video (hosted on youtube) is embedded after the thumb, so you may not be able to view it if you are reading though an feed reader.
nicu has outdone himself again. Not only has he created a tutorial for creating cool pacman baddies, but he has again put his results into the public domain for all to download, and this time he has also done a screencast of his process… enjoy!
Another awesome video tutorial by the screencasters.heathenx.org guys.
in this one, they demonstrate how to make playing cards.
This video tutorial demonstrates how to create a simple yet effective sheild icon using inkscape 0.45.
here is a little video tutorial on how to create a globe using inkscape:
A video tutorial by heathenx that shows you how to make a simple paperclip in inkscape. This tutorial also serves as a good introduction into basic path and curve manipulation.
Result of this tutorial:
Here is the tutorial: