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doc:en:inkscape [2011/09/17 12:47]
rosmord [Ptah's necklace counterpoise]
doc:en:inkscape [2016/10/12 14:14] (current)
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 The necklace is made of two parts: a string, and the counterpoise itself. The string is a simple curved stroke, and the counterpoise is a filled path. The necklace is made of two parts: a string, and the counterpoise itself. The string is a simple curved stroke, and the counterpoise is a filled path.
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 +{{ http://​jsesh.qenherkhopeshef.org/​files_jsesh/​images/​ink6.png |}}
  
 We want to join them into one object, which will be a filled path. To do this, we first convert the string into a stroke. We want to join them into one object, which will be a filled path. To do this, we first convert the string into a stroke.
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 +{{ http://​jsesh.qenherkhopeshef.org/​files_jsesh/​images/​ink7.png |}}
  
 We then select the two parts of the necklace, and use the "​union"​ operator in the "​path"​ menu. We then select the two parts of the necklace, and use the "​union"​ operator in the "​path"​ menu.
  
 +{{ http://​jsesh.qenherkhopeshef.org/​files_jsesh/​images/​ink8.png |}}
 ===== Choosing the right line width ===== ===== Choosing the right line width =====
  
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 Now, get sure all strokes are transformed to path, and use the union operator on them. You should get: Now, get sure all strokes are transformed to path, and use the union operator on them. You should get:
  
-I strongly suggest you keep a backup version of your sign in which strokes are not tranformed to path, it will allow you to rework your sign more easily, or to reuse it as part of other signs. That's what I do for my Ramesside fonts. See http://​www.iut.univ-paris8.fr/​~rosmord/​JSesh/​hieroglyphs/​Ramessides/​Sign... for the drawings and http://​www.iut.univ-paris8.fr/​~rosmord/​JSesh/​hieroglyphs/​Ramessides/​Font... for the usable signs.+{{ http://​jsesh.qenherkhopeshef.org/​files_jsesh/​images/​ink9.png }} 
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 +I strongly suggest you keep a backup version of your sign in which strokes are not tranformed to path, it will allow you to rework your sign more easily, or to reuse it as part of other signs. That's what I do for my Ramesside fonts. ​
  
 ===== Adding other details ===== ===== Adding other details =====
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 Using the same techniques, we get to the final result: Using the same techniques, we get to the final result:
  
-Final Result+{{ http://​jsesh.qenherkhopeshef.org/​files_jsesh/​images/​ink10.png |Final Result}}
  
 which we save under the name C102.svg . which we save under the name C102.svg .
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