It should be obvious to anyone who follows my articles (are they reviews, tutorials, or both? depends on who you ask) that I rarely write about an app and then abandon it. If the developers add new features or I find a new use for the app, then I want you to know about it. This article covers both: Assembly has added new features and RipPix, while it hasn’t been updated, got short shrift in my article on a certain use.
I covered Assembly last October, and did a follow-up when Pixite added the ability to change the proportion of shapes back in November. Their latest feature add, the ability to trim and combine shapes to create new shapes that you can then save, really adds exponentially to the capabilities of this vector-graphic app.
I’m not going to go over the basic operation of Assembly; for that, please revisit my October article. Instead, I’ll jump right into the new capabilities. I’ve added a rounded square figure and resized it to cover most of the Artboard. Then I added a shape from the Tribal pack, one of my favorites.
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