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Digital Illustration Fundamentals by Wallace Jackson

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© Wallace Jackson 2015
Wallace JacksonDigital Illustration Fundamentals10.1007/978-1-4842-1697-2_7

7. The Syntax of Digital Illustration: SVG Commands

Wallace Jackson
(1)
Lompoc, California, USA
 
By now you have an understanding of how to export to some of the major new media content publishing formats by using the export and save as functions in Inkscape. So it’s time to get a bit more advanced and look inside the SVG command syntax that is inside many of these formats. The SVG markup language is based on XML and is a lot like HTML as well, using tags and parameters. Many of you will be familiar with how a markup language functions.
We’ll look at the primary SVG commands first, and then we will examine some examples of how path data and style parameter ...

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