Np. I tried to find the Bleach stats, but couldn't get a pictorial example. That's why I thought about just creating a base shape with the appropriate spaces in Inkscape for whatever stats. To be honest the images are just mock up examples. It'd probably be better if you made your own ones, that you could customise as you wanted. The circles tend to be a bit weird, with the formatting. I was trying out some other shapes, like squares with rounded edges, with smaller ones inside and the appropriate text boxes. But Inkscape does weird thing with textboxes.
They're easy enough to make, but feel free to take the examples from my stash if you want to use them. I don't mind if you edit them but they are PNG files, being raster images. So I don't know how easy or how hard that will be.
I will be deleting the circles from my Stash eventually, probably within the next couple of days. So I'd suggest downloading them before then.
I had to think about this one. I wasn't actually sure what you were after at all, even with the stats thing until I googled around a bit. I have played the Naruto games on console, so I'm somewhat familiar with this stat circle thing. Although it'd probably be easier doing them as a vector in Inkscape than drawing them in a picture. You'll have a hell of a time trying to edit a raster image that's well unchangeable unless you had access to the original file plus any layers. I doubt an artist will supply you with that themselves.
I'd suggest messing around in Inkscape with the circles, then adding text boxes. Unless you can work with something like Corel Draw, or one of the freeware apps like Krita that might have better shape dynamics. I don't know if anyone will do a raster image of said circles for you as an original drawing, since you want to be able to edit it freely. That's probably something like a base pack not a pic for a request.
If not as an image file the only other way to do it is probably as a text block. I've seen something like that in the text-based game walkthroughs for the pS2. That you'd be able to edit freely. It won't be as aesthetically pleasing as a vector image though.