Astute Graphics is probably the number one plugin partner for Adobe Illustrator, and they have released InkFlow—an incredible new drawing tool that is backed up by some serious under-the-hood tech. Learn more about InkFlow and how to use it.
- [Tony] Hi, and welcome to Design Tools Weekly … with me, Tony Harmer. … This week, we're going to check out something new … from the company Astute Graphics. … Now they make a whole suite of plugins for Illustrator … and they are amazing. … You can check them out actually here on LinkedIn. … Mike Rankin has a course that will get you up and running … with most of their products. … But they're making so many so quickly now, … it's actually kind of difficult to keep up. … Well, here's the latest one. … This is called InkFlow in Illustrator, … and it's like a blob brush but with strokes. … When you get the panel open, … you've got four brushes at the top here. … So there's like a fine liner or an ink pen just here, … and that allows you to doodle quickly with it. … It's a fantastic tool for doing that. … But everything about the lines you created are editable. … You can carry on changing the width of the stroke there. … For example, you can change also the angle of the strokes. … If I changed those two things together, …
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