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luclatulippe:

Speaking of vector program alternatives, I was also told about iDraw by illustrator George Coghill (he’s been using it for a while now). iDraw seems quite feature-rich and offers both a desktop version ($25) and an iPad app ($9). Yes, $25 for a desktop vector program. Are you listening Adobe??

luclatulippe:

Speaking of vector program alternatives, I was also told about iDraw by illustrator George Coghill (he’s been using it for a while now). iDraw seems quite feature-rich and offers both a desktop version ($25) and an iPad app ($9). Yes, $25 for a desktop vector program. Are you listening Adobe??

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A better vector app for the iPad?

That’s what illustrator Ricardo Gimenes promises with his new project, Vectorlooza (nice job on the clever video too!).

We don’t link to crowdfunding projects very often, but this one has certainly piqued my interest. Ricardo claims Vectorlooza will outperform all other such drawing apps currently out there. What do you think? Do you use any vector apps on your iPad?

Thanks to Jesse R. Ewring for the tip!

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Beautiful, simple vector illustrations by Javier Arce over at Silly Inc.

Beautiful, simple vector illustrations by Javier Arce over at Silly Inc.

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luclatulippe:

I’ve been aching to draw some super heroes again. I drew this Yvonne Craig Batgirl this morning, directly in Illustrator, with no sketch. I’ve found more and more that I can keep things loose and more dynamic when I draw this way. Less erasing maybe? 

luclatulippe:

I’ve been aching to draw some super heroes again. I drew this Yvonne Craig Batgirl this morning, directly in Illustrator, with no sketch. I’ve found more and more that I can keep things loose and more dynamic when I draw this way. Less erasing maybe? 

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Stanley Chow's caricatures blow me away. The portfolio, as a whole, may suffer a bit from being a little too symmetrical (I’d like to see some variety in both the angles of the heads, and their expressions), but individually the likenesses are always uncanny, and the construction is always smart and minimal and clean.

Stanley Chow's caricatures blow me away. The portfolio, as a whole, may suffer a bit from being a little too symmetrical (I’d like to see some variety in both the angles of the heads, and their expressions), but individually the likenesses are always uncanny, and the construction is always smart and minimal and clean.