Inkscape Screencast 2 – A Quicky Glass Globe

Did you know that if you take a strip of masking tape, one cheapy Dell stick microphone (which came with some of our old systems at work) combined with my mini camera tripod, a creatively bent coat hanger and one of my daughter’s nylons for a wind/breath screen, you can actually record a screencast with narration? Hah!

It took about 4 takes before I was even remotely satisfied that it was audible enough. The sound seemed so low and hissy at first. Still, it’s not the greatest – and of course YouTube has simply butchered the video quality, but it might be useful to some.

In this screencast I create a quicky glass globe. Now, as I’ve mentioned ad nauseum, I’m no Inkscape expert or graphic designer. If you’ve got Inkscape tips or some other constructive criticism, please, let’s hear it!

2 Responses to “Inkscape Screencast 2 – A Quicky Glass Globe”

  1. Earl Says:

    Good job on the screencast. I enjoyed watching it. I’ll have to check out Inkscape.

  2. Will Simpson Says:

    Here’s a link to my effort.

    Tried a trackback but it didn’t work.

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