I did manage to solve my text to path problem...before seeing all the helpful replies,
but thank you anyway, I appreciate it. I have already used Inkscape to create a very
cool lookin' personal logo, which I then exported to Gimp and gussied up with some
textures and bump mapping. I find the path tool in Inkscape to be easier to work with
than that of Gimp, plus I can more easily scale what I have made. This program is
incredible. I keep thinking of all sorts of stuff I could make with it.
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From: Joe Shevland <joe.shevland@gm...> - 2013-09-30 12:04:02
I've dabbled in the past few years with Inkscape, and for me it was a
bit like the GIMP - served a purpose but felt a bit unwieldy.
I've recently been doing a few favicon's with the latest release, and
SVG images for a game's splash screen, and I'm just extremely impressed
with what you people involved have put together with Inkscape. Bloody
good job, and thankyou. A brilliant effort.