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All the drawing techniques you have described are all hand-created. Although one could argue they are all graveur- engraved- they all have different media and methods of accomplishing the art. The archetypal "engraved" image as you might see in 19th-century books and high-quality prints is called scratchboard, sometimes called "scrapeboard". You would be ...
Slowing down helps. If I carefully and exactly draw each letter and go about one to two words per minute, it is clear enough that other people can read it. It is still painful to look at but it can be read.
if your looking to match the marker color to the glasses, get clear plastic and color with the red and blue markers and replace the lenses in your glasses with these new ones.
I don't really see the problem. In most cases you may align at the bottom, else at the top, or combine both texts as one. However, in some remaining cases you might use a trick: Insert the biggest character(s) from the smaller textarea as a 100% transparent character in the bigger one. Align them. Sample image with much, not 100% transparency Now you ...
There is no way to change this functionality in Inkscape. As you have noticed, Inkscape's typography options are very limited. There are a few ways to work around it. Use a text flow instead of a normal text (using the Text Tool, click and drag to add a text flow box). You can make text flows the same size. (I generally avoid text flows because different ...
I just opened up Inkscape (I rarely use it) and text objects resize with their containers as you want. Try clearing or resetting your configuration in .inkscape. (I can't comment or else I would have.)
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