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I've known about the program for quite a while, but now that I have a wacom, I'm thinking of getting it. I've been watching a ton of videos on it and I'm very familiar with how it works. I'm fascinated with everything it can do and how easy it is to use. I especially love the perspective tools. Anyway, could someone give me some feedback? Does the program support vector graphics and changable anchor points? I see that Sketchbook Designer had it, but that program is no longer. I'm moving to this program because I want to change my technique of drawing, but I still want to be able to adjust my lineart. Does anyone know if it has this feature? I can't seem to find the answer anywhere.
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Brian LeDuc
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Hey guys, my name is Brian. I am very much into animating and working with computers. Even though I don't animate as much as I use to, I still try to keep myself busy. I am into movie making and scripting as well. One thing that is a pain about being creative, though, is that I hardly ever finish any projects. My mind brains up a new idea. I hope to one day create a new generation of animation.

If you would like to get in touch with me, feel free to comment or email me. I'm a nice guy, and I like it when people say hi.
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SpiderZed Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2015
Hey man! Hope you have good one! Question, do you still own CS6?
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leduc-gallery Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Thank you. Same to you. And yes, I do still own CS6. Why do you ask?
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SpiderZed Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2015
Because I was just wonder if you are still have that or decide to jumping to CC. I know you said CC is having some bug. So, how does it so far? Do you like CC or CS6 is better?

Plus, I asked, because I am REQUESTING to have new Macbook and Adobe CC for next semester! =<
I need to find some money to buy both of them! Lawl
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leduc-gallery Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Warning. I hope I am not overwhelming you with much information.

Based off of my earlier feedback, I mentioned that CS6 and newer got buggier, not just CC. I have CS6 installed at home, but back when I was in school and I used CC, it mostly felt the same aside from a few things. I hate the new pen tool. Clicking the last point after making a curve is suppose to straighten out the next line, but it doesn't. I tried using the Photoshop method and held Alt/Option, but it still doesn't do anything. There is also a new way to adjust shapes before editing them. They come with a slider that adjusts the edges to look more curved.

You concerned about bugs? I have a bad version of Illustrator, so I face quite a lot of problems, but the common bugs on others are swatches disappearing, the brush tool not working, and groups inside groups not locking or changing opacity. As for the first two I mentioned, this happens when I open a non-Illustrator file in Illustrator. Another bug that has been around forever is that layers inside layers will expand when the file is re-opened. I think I read this issue was finally addressed in one of the CC versions.

To answer your question, no, I won't be upgrading. I like CS6 better than CC. I don't have the money, plus CC has a monthly payment subscription, and all work is monitored by Adobe through their cloud services. My friend has CC, and she really likes it. It's just not what I'd prefer.

I'm sorry that I keep going on, but I want to be sure I'm helpful. What version of Adobe do you have again? There is a way to deactivate an Adobe program, and install the same activation on another computer. I'm just not sure if it would be compatible with the newest macbook.
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SpiderZed Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2015
Happy Birthday bud
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leduc-gallery Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Why thank you
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danwind Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2015
Happy Birthday
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leduc-gallery Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Why thank you
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danwind Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2015
Your Welcome
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