my second Inkscape tut. this time a mini-tut on exclusively one topic: how to draw lines with varying thickness. i had not found the way when i was preparing the previous tut; hence the need (i feel) for this one. i hope it helps. awaiting feedback from you. see you!
Inkscape is a free vector program. You can download it from [link]
First, I couldn't decide whether I should name this Autumn or Fall... stupid, really! I thought about it for days =_=; Anyway... I really love this time of the year It's still warm, the trees are really beautiful and there are pretty and colorful leaves everywhere . So I got the idea for this picture. Maybe I'll draw the other seasons too sometime...
I worked on this for about a week plus the time I needed to decide on the name ^^
I have created this refreshing set of Adobe Product Icons that cover all major Adobe offerings with Adobe-ized icons for their Macromedia aquisitions. I am currently obsessed with the Vista look and feel, so I have created a Vista glass styled folder set to go along with the application icons. These icons are in PNG format and may be easily converted to .ico files by any major Icon editor.