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10 Years of Astute Graphics; a “Thank You” Giveaway!

posted by: Lorna, in Articles / News/ Comments: 0

Here at Astute Graphics we’re celebrating 10 years of our plug-ins and as you can see, it’s been a busy, productive and eventful decade!

As a thank you to our customers, for a limited time we’re offering all of you a FREE Stylism license key (normally sold for £35 – approx. $46/€41)!

What is Stylism?

Stylism is a plug-in for Adobe Illustrator, seamlessly extending the built-in functionality to bring Click-and-Drag Live Effects.

Access Live Effects through a intuitive interface allowing you to break away from Illustrator’s numerical control which can be tedious. Simply open the Sylism Panel, select your chosen effect then just click-and drag and view the live adjustment in realtime. The power of the plug-in lies within with the simple ability to adjust artwork visually allowing you to explore new ideas whilst retaining ultimate control.

Extend the following native effects with intuitive controls: Drop Shadow, Feather, Inner Glow, Outer Glow, Transform, Free Distort, Offset and Blur.

Simply enter your details to receive an email with your full license key.

 

 

Terms and Conditions

  • Offer ends 28 September 2016.
  • Astute Graphics retains the right to withdraw or adjust the offer without prior notice. This will not affect license keys already issued.
  • No purchase necessary.
  • For full Astute Graphics Terms and Conditions and Data Policy, please visit astutegraphics.com/about-us/terms-and-conditions/

Compatibility

  • Requires Adobe Illustrator CS5, CS6 or CC (up to 2015.3) to be installed.
  • Windows 7, 8 and 10
  • Mac OS 10.7+

 

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