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I had tested Inkscape with an image in a similar size here and had no stress either in export time or in memory usage (although my system has more RAM than that, a crude monitoring I set up during export didn't show any significant memory usage when creating the output image). What is confusing in Inkscape are the entries set-up in the export bitmap dialog ...
It looks pretty trivial to draw by hand. Here's a few tricks you could use to make it a bit easier: Start by setting up a grid for your document (via File → Document Properties... → "Grids" tab) and turn on "Snap to Grid". That way, you won't have to take so much care in getting things lined up correctly. Also (or alternatively), you could set ...
I think you're confusing Path>Difference with Path>Intersection. The tutorial is correct, that's what you would get as your output.
I recommend using Inkscape. Create the desired path, or do "Trace Bitmap". Create a text object. Select both object and go to Text→Flow into frame. Adjust font etc. See also this and this.
I assumed at first you wanted a complex effect like the one displayed, ready made. The complete answer to that is bellow. If you want to fill in a single text shape in GIMP there are two basic ways: 1. Use the "Curve Bend" filter Filters->Distorts->Curve Bend on your text layer 1. Use the "Cage Tool". It is there in GIMP 2.8, and can be used for ...
Yes, you can use Object > Rows and Columns... to distribute objects into... rows and columns. Just set the spacings to zero, and the number of rows to 1. The number of columns will be calculated automatically from the number of selected objects.
I think the best way is to use Pattern Along Path under menu Path -> Path Effect Editor. In this way it's easier to edit. :) Here's the steps: Create a rectangle that looks like the one you want to deform Convert it to Path (menu Path => Object to Path) Copy it into the clipboard Create a bezier curve of the deformation Select the bezier curve and go to ...
To deform a rectangle we need to convert it to a path first. Draw and select rectangle. Choose Path > Object to Path. Choose the Edit Path by Nodes tool (or F2) Select the corner nodes of the rectangle's top line Make the selected line a curve by pressing Push/Pull the curve handle until happy Repeat step 4. to 6. for the bottom line. Add stroke ...
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