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Drawing with Scribbles

a drawing tool with a revolutionary user interface

Scribbles 1.2 is now available from atebits. Scribbles is a drawing tool designed for everyone. It throws away the rule book and offers a fresh approach to creative software for Mac. A revolutionary user interface allows artists of all ages to bring their imaginations to life.

With an intuitive 3D layers, scalable high-quality stroke rendering, fluid UI animations, and an infinite canvas, Scribbles is the missing drawing tool for Mac.


This versions adds many user-requested enhancements, including a visual eyedropper, the ability to translate, rotate and scale layers independently, automatic updating, and optional grid overlays.

Scribbles 1.2 adds many features, including:
* Eyedropper tool
* Move, rotate and scale layers independently
* Optional grid overlay
* Hold down Shift to draw straight lines
* Automatic updates (via Sparkle)
* Ability to change default brush style
* Performance improvements
* Interface tweaks

This is a free update for registered Scribbles users, but everyone can download a copy for free to try it out.

Scribbles from atebits
Scribbles Info
Download Scribbles: scribbles.zip (Manual)

Founded in 2007, atebits strives to create simple and creative graphics software for Mac. Scribbles - our first product - has had a great reception from the Mac community so far. Artists of all ages are rediscovering their creative side with our unique drawing tool.


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