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Author Topic: Bezier Envelope - first project  (Read 4216 times)

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Bezier Envelope - first project
« on: June 17, 2015, 10:14:22 AM »
Our friend Kay Hall (cleversomeday) found a great new extension for Inkscape to warp text into objects.  there is a video on how t download and install the extension and some examples for using it. She even shared some templates to get us started.

This is my first attempt at making something with the extension.  I used two of the shapes provided and then just kept adding and changing fonts.  If you like to play and make some really interesting tags or whatever you gotta try it.


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