On 3/30/06, Joshua A. Andler <joshua@...533...> wrote:
> We definitely need a good, big, complex, stunning screenshot for
> web site demonstrating what can be drawn with Calligraphic, with or
> without pressure sensitivity and tremor. But I'm not that much of an
> artist to do it all by myself. Artists needed! :)
I'm willing to do it. I think that for an updated calligraphy screenshot
we'd benefit to have half the screenshot drawn with tablet, the other
with just a mouse (labeled accordingly).
Yes, or just 2 screenshots :)
That way people can see what
can be done with each. I've actually been playing with the calligraphy
tool a bit at home recently just to get really "inky" results. I know I
can definitely do some interesting and fun stuff, but if you want actual
calligraphy we're probably better off finding someone with better
penmanship for that part.
We already have an old one on calligraphy proper (i.e.
letter-writing). Now I think we need to cover drawing, not writing
with that tool.
Shall we update the Calligraphy tutorial as well to reflect the new
Does this mean I can whip up the Gaze - Outline View one, or should
still wait? This one is cake since the document exists and it's a quick
view toggle and screencap, so if there are any potential UI changes that
I should wait on it's all good.
I think we can create and start filling the 0.44 screenshots page, and
your screenshot can be first :) The only reservation with regard to
UI is that I'd like the shots to not show the docked palette, because
of the size issue and menu button issue that Jon Cruz has not fixed
yet. When and if these are fixed, we'll do a separate screenshot
showing the palette.
Inkscape. Draw Freely.