Convert a JPEG Logo to a Vector Logo in Inkscape

Convert a JPEG Logo to a Vector Logo in Inkscape

23.08.2019
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Learn how to convert your JPEG logo to a vector logo using Inkscape. This tutorial shows you an easy method using the built-in Trace Bitmap feature. With just a few clicks, you can convert your bitmap image (a.k.a. pixel-based image) into a vector drawing with nodes and paths. You can then scale the vector drawing to any size without losing quality, as well as customize the logo to your liking.

This is a great tutorial for beginner graphic designers or Inkscape users whom have clients that send them JPEG logos when a vector logo is needed.

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