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Diagrammix is a tool for building pretty looking diagrams with minimal effort.
macintosh  software  drawing  diagram 
july 2011 by tsuomela
You can draw, and probably better than I can - Roger Ebert's Journal
"She said everyone can draw until we are told or convince ourselves that we cannot. We start out drawing everything we see until that day comes when it is pointed out that our drawing of a dog, for example, looks nothing like a dog. Then we begin to believe we cannot draw.

Some few people actually can draw very well, if by that you mean "realistically and accurately." They can draw a dog that looks exactly like a dog. I respect and envy them. It is worth saying however that from a philosophical viewpoint their dog looks no more like a dog than mine does, because their drawing is a two-dimensional representation of the real animal, rendered in either various color choices or some version of monotones. Nor does a photograph look like a dog. You see my point."
drawing  art  skill  perception  hobbies  judgment  realism  children  aesthetics 
march 2011 by tsuomela
home - Ross Racine
pseudo-suburban landscapes drawn by hand in photoshop
art  design  landscape  artist  drawing  maps  aerial  suburbia  urban 
september 2009 by tsuomela
Searching for Value in Ludicrous Ideas - Allison Arieff Blog -
That’s why I am so enamored with the work of inventor/author/cartoonist/former urban planner Steven M. Johnson, a sort of R. Crumb meets R. Buckminster Fuller. Johnson is a former urban planner, and his work tends toward the nodes where social issues intersect with design and urban planning issues.

In discussing his often fantastical, sometimes silly, sometimes visionary concepts, he has said, “If I could use two words to describe what it is that I enjoy it is that I love to be sneakily outrageous . . . [It may be that] I have decided an idea has no practical worth and would never be likely to be adopted seriously (like most of my ideas), but I like it anyway.”
design  invention  ideas  idea-generation  drawing 
may 2009 by tsuomela
The Omni Group - OmniGraphSketcher
Fast, simple graph drawing and data plotting
macintosh  software  drawing  graphing 
march 2009 by tsuomela
Innovation/Graphics — Internet Time Blog
Innovation often occurs at the intersections — of disciplines, of seemingly unrelated streams of knowledge. For example, this timeline mural depicts politics, business, culture, world events, philosophy and neuroscience. We see how events and ideas in the early 20th century build through the 1960s, converging in an apex of excitement/upheaval with revolutionary events in society (”The Sixties”), technology (Engelbart’s ‘68 demo, Arpanet,etc), philosophy (McLuhan/Bucky Fuller), culture (environmentalism/feminism/desegregation), business (Drucker).
innovation  history  timeline  visual-thinking  visualization  drawing  collaboration  people-dougenglebart 
november 2008 by tsuomela
Pencil - a traditional 2D animation software
Pencil is an animation/drawing software for Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux. It lets you create traditional hand-drawn animation (cartoon) using both bitmap and vector graphics. Pencil is free and open source.
macintosh  software  drawing  animation 
april 2008 by tsuomela
Opacity is a brand new program for drawing graphics for the screen. It's great for making resolution independent images and icons for applications and the web.
macintosh  software  graphics  drawing  application  design 
february 2008 by tsuomela
DrawIt » Home
DrawIt is an easy-to-use, powerful image editing and drawing application designed for the Mac. It features entirely non-destructive editing, live filters, powerful vector tools, a standard collection of basic shapes and also a clear and intuitive interfac
macintosh  software  graphics  drawing  editor 
january 2008 by tsuomela
scribbles - simple drawing for Mac
Scribbles is a drawing tool for everyone. Whether you want to sketch a cartoon, draw a birthday card or jot down some design ideas, Scribbles can help bring your imagination to life.
macintosh  software  graphics  drawing 
december 2007 by tsuomela

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