MacUser magazine have been very kind in reviewing many of Astute Graphics’ products. And today, 11 May 2012, the latest edition of MacUser (Vol 28, No 10) has hit the shelves containing a review of DrawScribe!
If you can, go out and buy a copy of MacUser today — especially as it contains a full review of Adobe’s latest creative suite as well. But for those who can’t access MacUser, here are some snippets from the review:
What’s extraordinary is that these [Dynamic Sketch attributes] can all be changed after the path has been drawn, and the changes will affect the path. The result is an extraordinarily high level of user control.
The two DrawScribe tools make the whole process of drawing in Illustrator simpler, smoother and more intuitive than ever before [...] they genuinely make Illustrator a better drawing program.
Pro Revolutionary Pen tool replacement for Illustrator. Truly ingenious mechanism for the gesture trimming of paths.
Con There’s a lot to learn.
And the end result? Well, the mice speak (squeak?) for themselves:
A huge “thanks” to MacUser for another wonderful review!