Flip Text Effect Tutorial with Inkscape
In this post, I still like to talk about inkscape. To the extent that I forget to use Adobe Illustrator or Corel Draw. Because I'm curious if the work created in Adobe Illustrator can be applied in Inkscape? And my answer is yes. It's true that not everything can be done in Inkscape, but most can. Okay, here I will share my experience on how to make a flip text effect like a book paper in Inkscape. And you can see the results of the designs made in Inkscape below.
Here I created a flip text effect design inspired by the Adobe Illustrator tutorial on Youtube. Out of curiosity, I immediately tried to make it. And it turned out that I managed to make it in Inkscape. To create this flip text effect in Inkscape, I used the perspective tool which you can use via Path Effect. Then play with gradient colors to make it look realistic like a book sheet. With just that trick, I'm sure you can create a flip text effect in Inkscape easily. To see more details, how to create this flip text effect design in Inkscape. You can watch in the video below.
To use the perspective tool (through the path effect) you should be careful when shifting the perspective points. Because you might even shift the node object. Indeed this is very annoying, there is an alternative way via Extension in Inkscape. But somehow I didn't succeed, maybe the way I did it was wrong. And here I suggest using perspective effect via Path Effect.
Okay, until here for this post. I'm sure you can do flip text effect in inkscape easily. If you have any questions about Inkscape, you can share them in the comments section below. Thank you for taking your time to read this post.