I am looking for the simplest way to create objects from the area between a set of paths in Inkscape.
I’m able to do it by tracing each individual shape or by duplicating the original shape and deleting all the parts i don’t want (6 times in the above case); however, both of these are very time consuming. I assume there is an easier way.
Make the strokes as wide as you want the gaps, then convert your strokes to paths. There will be a little cleanup but that will give you the basic shapes.
Use Break Apart to be able to remove the outer perimeter.
stroke to path
break apart, delete perimeter
That moment when you realize how overcomplicated you made a simple problem.
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