Agreed. I have to start somewhere ...
I was just hoping that someone would be able to tell me that it was a fruitful endeavor. I've always felt that GPL hasn't gotten the attention it deserves, so I am afraid that no one has tried to combine it with design software yet. I hope I am wrong. If not, and I make progress, I will try to spread the word.
"since I will be a rank beginner ".
Everyone begins everything as a rank beginner!
GO FOR IT!!!
Keith McCormick wrote
> I have been reading Nathan Yau, and I am fascinated with taking my GPL
> results, and adding my own legends, comments, finishing touches etc. in
> design software. He uses Abobe's product, and recommends the shareware
> Inkscape to try. I've always liked GPL, and I think this might help me
> produce truly publication ready graphics.
> I'm a little worried about the learning curve of pulling all of this
> together since I will be a rank beginner with the . Yau starts with
> graphics, and finishes them in Illustrator, so the premise seems sound.
> Has anyone on the list tried anything like this? If so, would you
> me or discourage me from heading down this path.
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