March 27, 2009

Friday Illustrations

Posted by John Nack at 11:52 AM on March 27, 2009

Comments

  • Marky — 7:33 PM on March 27, 2009

    “It’s probably only in the past year that the computer’s got quick enough to keep up with the draughtsman,” said Hockney – what an idiot.

  • Dan Tong — 8:06 PM on March 27, 2009

    It’s been many months since CS4 bit came out and there is a dearth of 64bit plugins. I know of only 2 or 3 3rd party plugins (Neat Image, Ez Mask, Topaz).
    [Here’s the list of what I knew of three months ago. –J.]
    Is the conversion from 32bit to 64bit so difficult? Are there no tools to make the conversion easier? It is a terrible waste of time to have to constantly switch back and forth between 32 and 64 bit versions.
    If vendors are waiting for critical mass of 64 bit users, they are making a mistake. CS4 Users are holding back going to 64bit systems because they are still waiting for the 64bit plugins!

  • Klaus Nordby — 7:06 AM on March 29, 2009

    In addition to what John has listed, I know of a x64-bit version of PTLens, excellent software which corrects lens pincushion/barrel distortion, etc. And Curvemeister, the splendid “curves on steroids” plugin, is now being beta-tested for 64-bit.

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