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Dmitry Kirsanov is a developer and a graphic designer, specializing in website and logo design. His articles about Inkscape have appeared in Linux Format in the UK and on TuxMagazine.com. Kirsanov also writes the "Design Lab" column teaching creative fundamentals of web design (http://www.webreference.com/dlab/), and is the author of Dmitry Kirsanov's Web Design Book (in Russian). Tim Daniels, one of the founders of the Inkscape project, is the book's technical reviewer.
This book helped me learn enough Inkscape to complete some design urgent tasks in a couple of days. It's well written, gives clear instructions how to accomplish an operation, and... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Rarely have I found such a comprehensive, but easy to read reference on any of my open source software addictions. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kurt Thomas
Being a complete novice using Inkscape, I am using this book page by page. It walks you through every aspect of the program. Read morePublished 5 months ago by amuse1468
This book is awesome! It strikes the perfect balance between providing in-depth info and the beginning concepts. Read morePublished 11 months ago by ebme
As far as I know it is the most complete book on Inkscape, it has very good detail as to how the program works. Read morePublished 12 months ago by B. Anderson
Sometimes it's useful to have a print copy of the information you can find elsewhere. This is one of those times. Very useful text.Published 16 months ago by Ray716
I was determined to learn Inksacpe....and I did. Believe me, this is the best book out there if you are serious about learning vector design with Inksacpe!Published 16 months ago by Jay Olson
Book has all the info you need to learn vector graphics. An more comprehensive overview at the beginning would have helped.Published 17 months ago by Oxcart
The book is fine, but way above MY knowledge. I don't know if it will be of benefit to me. It uses specific graphic terms. It's probably best for someone who's had a course. Read morePublished 17 months ago by MC