Lineform

Version: 1.5 || Release Date: 2008-01-14 || License: Shareware ($79.95) Developer: Freeverse | App Owner: freeverse

Easy and affordable vector art on your Mac!

Fast, lean and Universal, Lineform offers powerful features in an uncluttered interface that’s designed to help you get work done!

Winner of an Apple Design Award, Lineform is the ideal Mac app for vector art, diagrams and illustrations. Useful features combine with a simple interface to create a wonderfully intuitive artistic process. Lineform has all of the most popular tools, including everything from freeform gradients to compositing effects, enabling you to create the designs you want without getting in your way with superfluous “features” you don’t need.

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12 Opinions

This app have potential, but project seems abandoned. I think they are developing lots of games and now mobile games, so no much attention to this app lately.
Very different than Pixelmator approach.

I love this app, but I get the feeling it has somehow gotten into maintenance mode, because there haven't been any major improvements or developments for quite a time now. I really hope Lineform will gain a few more features with the next update.

It is quite a complete application already, but this could be the total Illustrator killer if the developer would put a bit more energy into adding useful features.

I really enjoy this app... I picked it up quickly, and have made some beautiful graphics with it. Why use Illustrator when this does the job, even better?

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Love it!!

I tried out Vector Designer (got it with the MacHeist Bundle). Very similar to Lineform, but LineForm is a little more polished. Probably cos it's been around a little longer. Things like dragging images from the Media Inspector to the Image Fill box and adding/editing round corners on a box.

Filled a giant Illustrator shaped hole on my Macbook. Bought it within days of using it.

I've only been using LineForm for an hour, yet I've find it to be a very competent drawing app! I find Illustrator or Freehand to be a bit clunky and confusing to use, but LineForm on the other hand is simple and elegant. I was able to take a few logo concepts and quickly draw them up in LineForm, much quicker than I would've in the aforementioned apps.

I'll definitely keep trialling this and see how it goes. My first impressions though are extremely positive.

Well, now that I found a way to test it again: I definitely want to buy this ! It's small, fast and has a lot more features than it seems at first look. Just waiting for them to get back to me on my request to pay with Paypal.

I think they should change the limitations in the unregistered version to allow drawing but not saving. The way it is, I downloaded it a few months ago thinking I'll try it later. Now I can't do anything without registering (not even playing with it to see if I might want to register it).

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