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Interview with Von Glitschka
Our guest today is a famous designer Von Glitschka. Von is also famous because of his books, which are devoted to vector graphics. "The best way to improve your design as a creative is to improve your drawing skills. The more you do it, the better you get” – he says. Learn more about Von, his books and illustrations after the jump.
posted by: Iaroslav Lazunov, in Articles / Interview, on 2012 May 10 Read More
Interview with Kevin Blanchard aka Annihilist
Today our guest is a real master with Gradient Mesh. He creates high quality artowrk. "Don’t be afraid to jump in and swim. Programs like Illustrator and Photoshop are playgrounds” – says Kevin. Today he is going to share some secrets of his craftsmanship with us. Learn after more about his background and techniques at the jump.
posted by: Iaroslav Lazunov, in Articles / Interview, on 2012 Apr 23 Read More
Interview with Vector Artist Alexey Oglushevich
Today our guest is a great Russian vector artist, Alexey Oglushevich who won a Grand Prize of CorelDraw International Design Contest in 2009. You would probably be surprised to know that Alexey is a metalworker by education, but he reached success and got recognition in the vector art world. Alexey is a bright example of the phrase "nothing is impossible”. Learn more about Alexey, his thoughts and illustrations after the jump.
posted by: Iaroslav Lazunov, in Articles / Interview, on 2012 Mar 02 Read More
Interview with Maria Dimova
Today our guest is a graphic designer Maria Dimova (aka Dimary) from Moldova. She is a professional designer/illustrator that always makes time to work for pleasure. Exactly such artworks illustrated in this interview. Maria works in a style of fantasy and Hed Kandi. Meet the person for who vector is not simply a job, it’s a passion.
posted by: Iaroslav Lazunov, in Articles / Interview, on 2012 Jan 09 Read More
Interview with Justin Currie
Today we are going to meet a young Canadian graphic designer Justin Currie. Despite his youth, he has great artwork and his own recognizable style that he calls Shattered Vector Painting. In this interview Justin shares the technique he uses to create this style. "An artist is always learning, always evolving, always growing. Your best piece of work will always be the next one. Start chasing,” which is Justin Currie’s catch phrase. Learn more about Justin and his artwork after the jump.
posted by: , in Articles / Interview, on 2012 Jan 05 Read More
Interview with Nicholas van der Walle

Today our guest is Nicholas van der Walle, the proprietor of Astute Graphics. Astute Graphics has become world famous thanks to its Phantasm CS and VectorScribe plugins that make our work easier and more convenient. Among their customers there are such world famous brands as Adidas, Apple, NASA, Nike, Philips, Washington Post and many others. In this interview Nicholas tells us about his company and its products. You will find out his opinion on the future of vector editors. Maybe Nicholas has prepared another surprise for the vector world? Check this out after the jump!

posted by: Iaroslav Lazunov, in Articles / Interview, on 2011 Oct 23 Read More
Interview with Adel Dani AKA Homo-Liber
Today our guest is Adel Dani, a talented vector artist from Romania. Adel works in photorealism style. He creates all his works only with the Gradient Mesh. You can read about him and some of the secrets of his skills in this interview. Here you can also find a gallery of his best vector works.
posted by: Iaroslav Lazunov, in Articles / Interview, on 2011 Sep 16 Read More
Interview with Gordon McAlpin

Today we are talking with Gordon McAlpin, creator of webcomic Multiplex. Gordon is an old friend of Astute Graphics; he tested Phantasm CS from the first version and, of course, he could not have missed the VectorScribe plug-in. You will find out about Gordon and his creative work from this interview. Learn more after the jump!

posted by: Iaroslav Lazunov, in Articles / Interview, on 2011 Sep 14 Read More
Interview with Chris Spooner
Today our guest is Chris Spooner, one of the most famous designers and bloggers in the world. His blogs Blog.SpoonGraphics (Vector and Photoshop tutorials, free vector graphics etc) and Line25 (Web Design and coding tutorials) are very popular. Chris lives in Sheffield, UK. He studied Art and Design at college and university and ended up with a BA (HONS) in Art & Design. Chris keeps improving and shares his skills with readers in tutorials and articles. In this interview Chris Spooner opens the secret of his popularity.
posted by: Iaroslav Lazunov, in Articles / Interview, on 2011 Sep 08 Read More
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