Tips for using the perspective-effect

Okay, as I promised here’s a shot tutorial of how to use the perspective-effect in Inkscape:

The main principle of this effect is to draw a shape of the wanted perspective, select it first and select the object you like to modify second and the click on Effects -> Modify Path -> Perspective. But you have to attend a few things:

The perspective shape has to have four corners, the first has to be at the left bottom:

Result:

If you want to apply the perspective-effect to drawings that consist of more than one object you have to group the via Object -> Group (or Ctrl + g). For example it’s possible to use this way to perspective an object and it’s drop shadow:

Result:

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One Response

  1. I spent ages using rotates, skews and here is your easy helpful solution. Many Thanks for the perspective tip

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