GIMP: Creating a Logo

Learn how to create a logo using GIMP in 40 mins.

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GIMP: Creating a Logo

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Task List


We will cover the following tasks in 38 minutes:


Workspace and Shapes

Learn the basics of the GIMP workspace and how to create and customize shapes.


Text

Learn how to add and customize text in GIMP.


Details

Learn how to add stylistic details to polish a design in GIMP.

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Teodor Dovichinski

About the Host


Teodor Dovichinski



Frequently Asked Questions


In Rhyme, all projects are completely hands-on. You don't just passively watch someone else. You use the software directly while following the host's (Teodor Dovichinski) instructions. Using the software is the only way to achieve mastery. With the "Live Guide" option, you can ask for help and get immediate response.
Nothing! Just join through your web browser. Your host (Teodor Dovichinski) has already installed all required software and configured all data.
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