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Illustrator » Drawing — almost 6 years ago
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Do you want to illustrate a handgun? If yes then let’s get started!
Illustrator » Drawing — almost 6 years ago
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There are several ways to color vector images. Here I will describe the most common of them and the tools that are used in this process. All these methods are used by professional illustrators. What are their differences and advantages? Learn more after jump!
Illustrator » Drawing — almost 6 years ago
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Today Russian illustrator Victoria Vasilyeva will share the secrets of her Illustration skills with us. She specializes in illustrating children’s books, advertising, creating characters and icons. In this Quick Tip you will learn more about how to take an illustration client from concept to final artwork, let’s get started!
Illustrator » Drawing — over 5 years ago
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News doesn’t get much bigger for us. We are really excited to preview our all-new plugin DrawScribe for Adobe Illustrator in full for the first time! As each major plugin takes a long time to develop, polish and test, this event doesn’t come around very often for us.
Illustrator » Tips and Tricks — over 5 years ago
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We begin by introducing our replacement for the Pen tool. InkScribe has been developed to answer many of the issues which have hindered the vector creation process over the past 25 years. inkScribe is a combination of powerful functionality, ease of use and perfect integration into Illustrator — and any user’s creative workflow.
Illustrator » Basics — over 5 years ago
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With the availability of the recently announced Astute Graphics plugin for Adobe Illustrator, DrawScribe, drawing ever-nearer, it is time to introduce the second tool within the new product; Dynamic Sketch. A few days ago, we introduced its counterpart, the InkScribe tool. Whereas InkScribe replaced the Pen tool and allows for the improved creation of precise vector paths, the Dynamic Sketch tool is all about drawing more naturally in Illustrator.
Illustrator » Tips and Tricks — over 5 years ago
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I think it’s time to introduce a new tool that is able to work more flexibly and quickly. Today we begin a series of articles that will introduce you to new tools of the DrawScribe plugin and their functions.
Illustrator » Tips and Tricks — over 5 years ago
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Today we’ll talk about how using InkScribe allows you to work faster, smarter, more accurately — in other words, more efficiently. As it was already discussed in Part 1 of this series, we can easily choose the type of segment to be created; curved (Bezier) or straight. But now I should say that working with straight segments in InkScribe has one unique feature — Ghost Handles
Illustrator » Tips and Tricks — over 5 years ago
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Today we will learn a new drawing tool for Adobe Illustrator called the Dynamic Sketch Tool — one of the tools of the new DrawScribe plugin. The Dynamic Sketch Tool has many convenient features that makes your daily creative work much easier. Mastering the new tool should not take you much time as it’s easy to manage and its user-friendly features are quite understandable.
Illustrator » Tips and Tricks — over 5 years ago
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In this article I’ll tell you how to create straight-line segments using the Dynamic Sketch Tool.