A fast GNU method to draw accurate scientific illustrations for taxonomy

@inproceedings{Montesanto2015AFG,
  title={A fast GNU method to draw accurate scientific illustrations for taxonomy},
  author={Giuseppe Montesanto},
  booktitle={ZooKeys},
  year={2015}
}
Nowadays only digital figures are accepted by the most important journals of taxonomy. These may be produced by scanning conventional drawings, made with high precision technical ink-pens, which normally use capillary cartridge and various line widths. Digital drawing techniques that use vector graphics, have already been described in literature to support scientists in drawing figures and plates for scientific illustrations; these techniques use many different software and hardware devices… CONTINUE READING
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