Designing a Simple Logo in Inkscape Aaron Nieze | March 15, 2015 | Videos | 6 Comments Inkscape is a fantastic tool for designing your own logos. If you’re going for a nice simple and trendy look, this should be exactly what you’re looking for. Let’s go over how to design a logo in Inkscape in this video tutorial! Tags:design, how to, inkscape, logo, tutorial, video Related Posts Draw Complex Designs in Seconds with Inkscape No Comments | Jul 18, 2014 We Found Pac-Man in Inkscape! 2 Comments | Jul 17, 2015 How to Draw Pixel Art in Inkscape 5 Comments | Jul 3, 2014 Modern Business Card Design in Inkscape 9 Comments | Aug 3, 2015 About The Author aanieze I make easy to follow Inkscape tutorials and videos. 6 Comments Mostefa Zemani May 29, 2015 Reply The gradiant has no effect about the text, I need some help thanks Aaron Nieze May 29, 2015 Reply Since the ellipse gradient is just an overlay, it might simply be behind the text instead of in front in your case. Try “Object > Raise to Top” on your gradient ellipse shape. Mostefa Zemani June 18, 2015 Reply Hi, thank you for answering so rapidly, I tried it but nothing, Ithink that the problem is in the 30 seconds after the fourth minute as i don’t understand because of my english and also because you did it so quickly. Thank you so much once again and for the next videos try to speak also for those …….like me have a good day Moni McIntyre May 1, 2016 Reply First thank you for talking in your videos. So many Inkscape videos play music while they design and that doesn’t help me because the settings or where they click are a bit fuzzy. Anyway… THANK YOU so much for this tutorial. Between the open clip art library and your tutorial, I managed to make a pretty neat logo that I am happy with. I’ve got your site on favorites. Again, thank you so much! manoj September 29, 2017 Reply amazing José Cage February 18, 2018 Reply Really awesome tutorial. I will try to create a logo too. Leave a Reply to Anonymous Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.