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One common way graphic artists lose money when buying illustrator software is when they overpay or underpay for software. Overpaying for software means buying a package that has features you wonít use while underpaying for software means buying a package that doesnít have the features that you need. Ereviewguide.comís new illustratorsí software guide helps you pick the right package for your needs, thereby saving you hundreds or possibly thousands of dollars through the years.

Bellevue, WA, August 09, 2011 --( Illustrator software packages have really broadened the creative power of the illustrators. Gone are the days of endless drawings, erasing, scaling and tracing. All of these can be done with a click of a button with powerful illustrator software. This type of software really turbo charges the creative process so that illustrations that used to take days can be finished in hours if not within an hour. These pieces of software automate the most tedious and manual part of the illustration process and makes an artist’s creative flow more dynamic and smooth. However, there are pitfalls to avoid when trying to find the proper illustrator software for your particular artistic needs.

“It is very easy to overpay or lose money by underpaying for illustration software,” said Oliver Thompson, media relations office for, the internet’s premier authority on software reviews and consumer guides. “The most common way illustrators lose money with their illustrator software choice is when they pay for features they don’t usually need. This stems from a lack of understanding of the feature sets that the software package contains. Many software companies justify their high prices by packing in features that aren’t really needed.” Another way illustrators’ lose money is when they buy illustrator’s software packages that are too underpowered. These software packages don’t have the features that their drawing needs require. “The costs of picking an underpowered software suite can be measured in two ways. One, in terms of the amount of money you’d have to spend to get the software package that does have the feature that you do need. The other way is, assuming that the software package can do the job in just a very limited or anemic way, you’re loss is then opportunity costs because of loss business, lowered quality, less orders, losses along those lines.” said Thompson. Thankfully, has released an illustrator’s software review guide that steps illustrators through the core decision points and considerations that they need to keep in mind when selecting the illustrators’ software that is right for their particular illustration needs.

The guide walks the illustrator’s software purchaser through four core decision points that must be evaluated in order to produce the right fit between the illustrator’s particular needs and the right software package. These four factors are: feature set, feature set descriptions and comparison methods, ease of views and intuitiveness of design and after sales support. “We understand that each illustrator’s needs differ from other illustrators. That’s why we used a needs based methodology for this illustrator’s software guide. We didn’t employ top down “we know the best answers” or “one size fits all” methodology for this process. No, the stakes are too high and the costs are too expensive for us to engage in that model. Just based on the feedback from our other software guides, using an organic needs basis approach produce the best results for our readers,” said Thompson

The illustrators’ software guide, by focusing on your particular needs, helps ensure that you get the proper illustrators’ software that you actually need and get the best value for your money. The software guide helps you avoid the very common trap of either underpaying or overpaying for software. The savings can run into the thousands because of the product life and the upgrade life of most illustrators’ software packages and aggregated amongst many illustrators, this could add up to millions. So, get to the road for getting the best value for your money. Visit’s illustrators’ software guide today.


eReviewGuide is a highly respectable source of software reviews, guides, tips, resources and information online today. eReviewGuide also offers industry news and community forums apart from online reviews. This consumer guide aims to provide assistance to customers and users looking for software or online services, so they can make smart choices, whether in the matter of pre-sale or making actual purchases. Those who are planning to download an illustration software, may take a closer look at the review guide and consumer tips on the site. Now, buyers can easily check which products are best suited for their personal or individual needs, just by checking out reviews and information published on

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