I want a software that can make sketches on Ubuntu and also has ability to save it. I need it for my little 12 year old daughter.
I recently bought a tablet to do illustrations, but I had a problem, it does not work. USB waded in and nothing, and came only CDs drivers for Windows and Mac The model of the tablet's Light 64, ...
I need to draw a face centred cubic (FCC) and one zincblende crystal structure. Which software shall I use to draw those on Ubuntu ? Thanks
I'm interested in using my laptop trackpad as a drawing tablet, i.e. using absolute rather than relative coordinates, similar to Inklet for OSX. The same question was asked in ubuntuforums.org in May ...
When drawing an arrow in LibreOffice DRAW (or IMPRESS) I can change the width of the line, but not the arrowhead itself. How can I change the width of the arrow head?
One of the programs I use heavily in Ubuntu is Open/LibreOffice as part of my work specifically Draw. I recently upgraded to Natty 11.04 (clean install) obviously this has meant switching to ...
I've tried to draw the plan with dia, gimp and inkscape, but that was too dificult for me. Is there better drawing tool for that?