Visualator in practice

Visualator, our iPhone and iPad app, is available to download now and is a great little tool for creating abstract compositions. With two design platforms, Triangulate and Gradulate, Visualator enables you to design on the fly and then save your art to your device's internal memory.

Although Visualator is fun to use, it needn't be just a fancy play-thing. In this tutorial I'll demonstrate how I took my Visualator compositions and combined them into my own original piece of graphic art using Illustrator and Photoshop.

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