Adding genunine artwork to impress slide using inkscape.
Original artwork also the hard part of making presentation. This is a nice to have, but can improve your presentation a lot. Here is my artwork attempt that you can use for your daily presentation. You can also share your artwork to be used by other people.
Still, all will be no good if you do not have good material to be presented.
This is a six parts article series.
Part One: Auto, the simple template
Part Two: Candyclone, the modern classic template
Part Three: Adding custom bullets decoration
Part Four: Adding content illustration
Part Five: Creating illustration diagram
Part Six: Adding genuine artwork
For a more complete example, I recommend you, to visit Hervy’s work.
There is no doubt, with my lack of creativity, my cover page is just a copy-paste of the looks of Hervy’s works.
The only difference is, I put my own original artwork. Although most of this artwork based tutorial in youtube. Just like cover page from a book, basically you can put any picture, that does not have to be related to your presentation. Or maybe this is just me, that have this bad behaviour.
Example: CSS Concept
Artwork Source: Spectrum Rainbow
Example: Linux Diversity
Artwork Source: Isometric Wallpaper
Example: Desktop Customization
Artwork Source: Inkscape: Isometric Infographics
Reference Link and Simple Point
Sometimes you have a very simple slide with a very few text. You can either keep your presentation clean from any decoration, or give it an artwork, as we did with cover slide.
Example Simple Point 1
Example Simple Point 2
Example Reference 1
Example Reference 2
Example Reference 3
It is always better if the image is related to the link topic.
No more artwork
There is, of course a reccuring slide, that happened in every presentation. I’d rather keep this simple without artwork.
Opening: About The Author
Opening: About The Material or Topic
Closing : What’s Next?
Closing : Questions
Closing : Thank You
Do not forget to share and publish your template. In a blog, or any repository (github/gitlab/bitbucket).
A friend in need is a friend indeed.
I think that’s all for now.
Thank you for visiting.