Copy/Paste Nodes from Paths & Shapes in Inkscape | DMD Clips

Copy/Paste Nodes from Paths & Shapes in Inkscape | DMD Clips

21.06.2021
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In this clip, I show you how to copy and paste nodes from one path or shape and paste them as a separate path in Inkscape. This is a great way to create unique objects from shapes, or to simply copy and paste partial areas or partial shapes from an object and paste it anywhere on your composition. This new feature was introduced with the release of Inkscape 1.1.

This video is a clip from my What’s New in Inkscape 1.1 tutorial, which you can watch in its entirety here:

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