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Sunday, August 31, 2008

HELPING SIMPLIFY NODES with inkscape for cutting

HERE is a quick simple lesson on how to clean up for cutting
using inkscape .............

18 comments:

Cari said...

Wow thank you!!

Anonymous said...

Thank you - I am still trying to learn all of this. Thanks for all the help.

SallyW

Anonymous said...

Double Wow! Thanks so much. You're brilliant!

Deanna said...

Susan, You are awesome. You made it so simple! Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Susan,

I wish I knew how to address all your subscribers to your newsletter to reprimand them for not leaving thank you notes.

You have done more than anyone I know in helping people learn SCAL and CDS.

Maybe one day you could just send your newsletter with nothing in it but the words

NO THANK YOUS, no instructions or cutting files ; (

I want to thank you for all your knowledge that you have so generously given to everyone and to me.

Marda

Lynnguinee said...

I'm a newbie to cricut, DS,Inkscape and SCAL but I am hooked! I love your designs! So cute! Your tutorials have been a great help to me. I have learned so much! Thank you, Susan!

Ishadow said...

I agree with Marda!! thanks for all you do!!

Krista said...

Thank you for figuring out how to do so much in inkscape and SCAl and then teaching us how to do it without all the trial and error that comes with learning. I sure do appreciate it.

Shawn & Sabrina Martini said...

Thank you Thank you Thank you!! I have been trying to learn what exactly nodes were!!

Sabrina

Debbie H said...

Susan, as always, thank you. You are an incredible resource to the Cricut on line community. I appreciate you so much and the work that you do for us!

Deb H

Raewyn said...

They say you learn something new every day and I have today.
Thanks for that tip about the nodes, I wasn't aware of it and had been deleting nodes one at a time taking quite a while sometimes.
This will make it a lot quicker.

Raewyn64

Cheri said...

Thank you for this. I need all the help I can get!! LOL

anneham43 said...

Fantastic lesson! I'm new to Inscape and soo appreciate your wonderful lesson!

Cindi said...

Question: When doing Control L (to simplify, how do you know when you have removed nodes but still maintain the image quality?

I have images I've drawn that have a million (not really but tons) of nodes and I need to remove some...I don't want, though, the image quality to suffer when I cut it out.

(Thank you for your blog -it's amazing and your tips are soooo appreciated!)

Nancycs said...

Thank you for this! I finally got brave enough to try! SOmeone helped me get the clip art to inkscape and your clean up tutorial made a world of difference in how it cut! I am not intimidated by inkscape anymore!!!!

chrisandlukasmum said...

I just stumbled upon your blog & boy am I glad I did!!! Just trying to get the hang of Inkscape and your tutorials are awesome - very straight forward & to the point. I love the visual reprsentations also. Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!!!

Anonymous said...

Your article on how to reduce nodes saved me. Thanks so much.

Susan Long said...

You are one awesome lady and I salute you!!! This is my first time to your blog but DEFINITELY NOT MY LAST!!! You do a wonderful job and don't let anyone tell you different. You are appreciated more than you know, I am sure. Keep up the good work!