[kwlug-disc] Software to draw illustrations?
chamunks at gmail.com
Sun Feb 10 10:56:36 EST 2019
Seconded for Krita it does raster and vector
On Sun, Feb 10, 2019, 10:19 AM Jason Eckert, <jason.eckert at gmail.com> wrote:
> I use Inkscape as well as Krita (
> Krita is incredibly good for digital painting (better than Photoshop).
> On Sun, Feb 10, 2019 at 9:19 AM Doug Moen <doug at moens.org> wrote:
>> Inkscape is a really popular vector graphics program, for art and design.
>> For technical diagrams, libre office draw might be a better option (as
>> mentioned by Sandeep).
>> If you need correctly typeset mathematical equations as well, then there
>> are some very powerful diagramming tools made by the Tex/latex community,
>> which I keep meaning to investigate some day. These are programming
>> languages that generate diagrams, so there is a steep learning curve. The
>> ones I've heard of are metapost and tikz.
>> On Sat, Feb 9, 2019, at 9:53 PM, William Park via kwlug-disc wrote:
>> > Hi all, (cross-posted to both GTALUG and KWLUG)
>> > What software do people use to draw illustrations that you'd see in
>> > textbooks or presentations? Eg. data structure, high school math, block
>> > diagrams, etc. I mean, I see them, but I don't know how to create them.
>> > --
>> > William Park <opengeometry at yahoo.ca>
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