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(VIDEO) Buy Vector Scribe

VectorScribe Designer and VectorScribe Studio are the ultimate vector toolkits for all designers and users of Adobe Illustrator CS3 to CS5. They allow you to edit and create vector artwork faster, smarter and dynamically through an intuitive and fully integrated plugin system.

Don’t let the low cost make you think that this plugin is a mere toy. VectorScribe is already used by some of the world’s most signicant vector artists and designers to great acclaim! And remember that it comes from the same company that brought you the premiere Adobe Illustrator color plugin, Phantasm CS. You’re in safe hands

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Top 10 iPhone apps of 2010

top 10 iPhone apps of 2010

Check out this list of the best iPhone apps for the year. You might be surprised at just what made the cut. Here.

Via Huffington Post

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Behold, the birth of vector art – Sketchpad (1963)

Ivan Sutherland’s Sketchpad is one of most influencial programs in the history of graphical user interfaces. Sutherland developed Sketchpad in 1963. That’s over 46 years ago. It’s hard to believe that something so sophisticated has been around so long.

Autocad, Freehand, and Adobe Illustrator (my weapon of choice) all seem to share similar qualities. It’s amazing how many vector based applications follow in the footsteps of Sketchpad.

This video illustrates the simplicity and logic behind the program. This is defenitely the great grandfather of  the Wacom Tablet.