Inkscape is a free and Open Source vector graphics editor that is available for Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems. Despite being free, it is one of the most advanced vector design tools around, coming packed with more features than even some of the paid apps.
It can be used to make logos, icons, infographics, UI, digital illustrations, and more.
Learn About Inkscape
The video below is a complete introduction to the Inkscape application, meant for beginners and first-time users. Learn what Inkscape is, what it’s used for, and how it’s used…
Introduction To Inkscape
Affinity Designer VS Inkscape
Learn about all of the differences between Inkscape and Affinity Designer– a lower-price alternative to Illustrator.
Learn The Fundamentals
The Complete Guide To Line Drawing
Learn how to use the Pen and Pencil tools in Inkscape to draw your own vector paths.
The Complete Guide To Gradients
Learn how to work with the four different types of gradients to for coloring your artwork.
Remove Backgrounds From Images
Use clipping masks in Inkscape to remove backgrounds from images in a non-destructive way.
Trace An Image To Vectors
Use the Trace Bitmap tool in Inkscape to automatically trace images into vectors.
Create Line Art Logos
Follow this step-by-step tutorial to create simple and stylish line art logos using strokes in Inkscape.
Create A Rocket Logo
This tutorial will walk you through the process of using a series of simple shapes to illustrate a rocket blasting off.