Wednesday, 10 December 2008

Video Tutorial - Removing Parts of an SVG Image

In one of the online groups I belong to (SureCutsALotUsers) there has recently been some discussion about ways to remove parts of an SVG image using the Inkscape program. I decided to make this short video to demonstrate a couple of the methods I use.

I hope you find it helpful!

13 comments :

Anonymous said...

Dan - Thanks so much for this tutorial. There so much to learn and you made it easy to understand. Keep up the great work!

~natasha~ said...

Ohhh Dan thanks for this, I needed to work this out yesterday but ended up cutting a millon things instead of one. Thanks tonight I can now just cut the one, and the tutorial is easy too :) ~ thanks you are a star :)

Jackie said...

You are amazing! Thank you for sharing!!

Kinglake said...

Dan can you tell me what package you are using please ie ...word etc i dont seem to have that tool bar or maybe i just cant find it lol helpppppppp thanx xxjo xx

Anonymous said...

Dan, You are so awesome...I have been to your web site on more than one occasion and You make everything seem so simple.
Thanks

Liverpool Lou (Anne) said...

Wow, thanks for that. It's all so simple when you know how! lol I know we can always access this here Dan but can we save the video for ourselves and how?
Anne x

Dan said...

"Dan can you tell me what package you are using please"

The package is Inkscape, a free program for creating and editing SVG graphics (which is what SCAL uses to cut on the Cricut). You can also save to DXF format if you are using a Craft Robo, in addition to many other formats. You can find it at http://inkscape.org/

Kinglake said...

Thanx dan ...and thanx for sharing with us all xx jo xx

lovebeingamom said...

wonderful, thanks much for all you do!!!

I did notice the difference on the other videos, amazing the clarity on photo bucket.

JOAN said...

Dan, Thanks a lot for this tutorial. I have been wondering how to delete shapes for a while. It's been extremely helpful.

PapaSue said...

Dan, Yes this helped alot. I've been looking for an eraser. Thank you so much for this and all of your wonderful files.

papasue
http://papasuecreative.blogspot.com

Chriss Rollins said...

Thank you sooooo much for your brilliant tutorial you make it seem sooo easy. A great help
In Case I dont get back here b4 Christmas Please have a good one and look forward to visiting you again in 2009.

Chriss X

Rebecca said...

Thanks Dan, this will be a tremendous help to me!
:) Rebecca

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