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VectorScribe launch articles and major tutorial

VectorScribe may be less than a day old, but some wonderful blog articles and an amazing tutorial has already been published by third parties. For the growing number of VectorScribe fans, here are the links… Gordon McAlpin is a long-standing friend of Astute...

Path editing de luxe: VectorScribe review

The German-language publication Illustrator Service, part of MEV Verlag's Illustrator Aktuell extensive resource for all professional Illustrator users, published an extensive review of VectorScribe shortly after its release, May 2011. When we received copy of the...

Second VectorScribe tutorial on Vector Tuts+

With the release of VectorScribe, Astute Graphics teamed up once more with the enormously popular Vector Tuts+ site to produce a couple of sponsored VectorScribe tutorials. Around the day of the launch, the most fantastic image of a chopper motorbike was recreated...

VectorScribe version 1.1 released – free upgrade

One month on from VectorScribe's initial release, Astute Graphics is pleased to announce version 1.1, which is a free upgrade to all existing customers and those within the 7 day full trial period. This upgrade brings a series of mainly user-led enhancements to...

Great new VectorScribe tutorial on Vector Tuts+

The third in a series of wonderful new VectorScribe tutorials has been published on the ever-popular Vector Tuts+ website. The latest insight into how to use the seriously popular Illustrator vector plugins by designer Cheryl Graham illustrates just how useful the...

Best Astute Graphics Blog articles of 2011

Happy New Year! With 109 articles published on the Astute Graphics Blog in 2011, many of which being comprehensive new and unique tutorials, we feel safe in justifying a de-rigueur "Best of 2011"! This "Best of" list is based on visitor levels,...

Creating a Webcomic Robot with DrawScribe and VectorScribe

Important product change information Since this article was originally published, DrawScribe has been separated into two individual plug-ins: DynamicSketch: sketch naturally in vector InkScribe: draw precisely and accurately in vector Existing customers of DrawScribe...

MacUser awards VectorScribe a 5 mouse Editor’s Choice result

Astute Graphics has previously appeared in MacUser magazine's pages. Back in 2008 they reviewed Phantasm CS and awarded our original plugin 4/5 (see Phantasm CS reviews page) in its infamous mouse rating. This was good going; MacUser doesn't award its 5/5...

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