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Andrew Buckle
Works at Abneil Software Ltd
Attended Queen Mary, University of London
Lives in Maidstone
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Added a new patterns set - Chinese pattern set for Photoshop, psp etc
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Updated the hen brushes for Photoshop page - also can be used in Painter, psp etc
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Updated the plugins page for Photoshop, psp
 (hopefully I can continue to update this.. everytime I do this on my site the comment box vanishes) The plugin set is one of my earliest sets I ever created (unless you count the 1000 plugins Andrew's filters series) - 180 unique plugins for all kinds of work on 32bit PC The plugins are also available in smaller sets. Each of the Photoshop plugins include 100 different output blends, 20 effects filters where the effect becomes an unique blur etc as well as transparency settings and much more. You can use the Photoshop plugins in RGB, CMYK etc
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Updated the  fleur-de-lis shapes / font set page, including a number of new images showing the various uses of the fleur-de-lis designs. Millions and millions of possible designs using the vector shapes .. in Photoshop, psp, indesign, pages and many others
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Updated the andrewshapes site. The andrewshapes.com site is part of graphicxtras.com but instead of having all the shapes / fonts / PDF vector shapes sets on the graphicxtras site they are all now on this site (they are still accessible on the other site as the links point to those). The custom shapes are for Photoshop and elements and are in CSH format. Also there are many of my font sets on the site (over 200 sets now) including animals, rosette designs, embellishments, polygons, spirals, star shapes and many more. The font sets are more flexible than the custom shapes sets as the fonts can be used in corelDRAW, Apple pages, Indesign, Illustrator etc. All the fonts and shapes are by Andrew Buckle for use in commercial projects (extended license etc) you can use all the designs royalty-free. There are also many freebie sets on the site on many of the pages.
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Updated the cat brushes for Photoshop and elements page including new pics etc
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Updated the checkerboard Photoshop patterns page
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Updated the checkerboard brushes for Photoshop etc set
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Stylism Plugin for Illustrator CC etc from Astute Graphics
Stylism plugin for Illustrator Been adding a lot of videos of late, here are all the videos relating to the Stylism plugin. I have added it as a playlist as I will probably add a few more over the next week or so Stylism plugin / Illustrator : Annotation color..
Stylism plugin for Illustrator Been adding a lot of videos of late, here are all the videos relating to the Stylism plugin. I have added it as a playlist as I will probably add a few more over the next week or so https://www...
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Design and watch too much TV
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  • Abneil Software Ltd
    Directory, 2003 - present
  • LogicaCMG
    Programmer, 1989 - 1992
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Maidstone
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Designer and programmer
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Create designs / patterns / fonts / brushes / symbols / shapes for graphicxtras.com as well as do the web design, dish washing and tutorials etc. Developed resources such as plugins for use in Photoshop CC CS6 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 etc as well as Illustrator, Fireworks, After Effects, Painter, PaintShop Pro and many other applications on the PC and MAC. Regularly add new video tutorials on how to use and install and how to create etc on Youtube. Can be contacted by e-mail Andrew Buckle (support@graphicxtras.com)

Been developing plugins and resources for Photoshop etc since 1995 when I started with a series of 1000 filters called 'Andrew's filters' as well as selections of Photo frames as well as Painter nozzles and grains. Since then created numerous series of Illustrator plugins as well as Photoshop plugins and other tools for use on the PC and MAC.

Based in the UK
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Now up to nearly 900,000 views of my youtube videos (I know that is nothing compared with some but still pretty decent).
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  • Queen Mary, University of London
    Physics, 1981 - 1984
    Please don't ask me any questions about Physics.. I ended up doing more computer work etc than Physics.
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Like many of the treasures of Valencia, badly signposted .. you would hardly know this wonderful gem of a garden even exists. A superb garden in the heart of this lovely city. A vast range of plants / trees etc with a lot of useful info. Lots of areas to sit down and stare at the plants. The garden was also very popular with the local cat population, all dozing in the searing heat. Definitely will be on my list to visit again. Also, reasonably priced at 2 euros. Totally recommended
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Excellent art gallery. The place was fairly deserted when I visited, not sure why.. it is a lovely gallery and should be high on anyone's list of places to visit in Valencia. Free ... The Medieval art section is worth the trip, some truly oddball paintings there. The courtyards were lovely with a good selection of Roman period / Christian art. Definitely will go again
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
The restaurant is a little out of the way but it is definitely a place to check out. A bar downstairs, the restaurant upstairs. The decor was fairly ok, nothing special. The staff were very good and attentive. The food was excellent. I had a delicious mutton tikka (most of the time Lamb seems to be used but I prefer mutton) for starters; my friends had very a very tasty onion bhaji and sheek kebab. The relishes were very enjoyable and had a nice depth of flavour, certainly better than the usual Indian restaurant relishes. The poppadoms were ok, average. The main courses were all excellent, a standout being the flavoursome Chef's special curry and rice (though there was a little too much lamb for my liking; if only mutton could have been in that dish as well). It was very hot even though it did state 'medium' but it was one of the best curries I have had for ages and ages. The pershwari naan was just right with a wonderful taste of coconut). My friends all said their meals (various curries) were all perfect. To finish the meal, a free drink and a mint. I would have had a desert (though not sure if they had any as they were not listed on their menu) but for that we were all too well satisfied with our meal and couldn't eat a thing more. Totally recommended restaurant. Now if only mutton was on the menu for all their dishes.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Never purchased any of their meals from their menu, always gone for the buffet. The buffet is reasonably priced and the food has always been warm and tasty. There is a decent selection such as Chicken Korma, Bhuna, Vegetable curry, selection of rices, Madras, Lamb dishes and more as part of the main buffet. There is also a reasonable selection of standard starters such as Onion Bhaji, Chicken dishes, chips (!) as well as relishes and salad. The desserts are not too bad (though a limited selection) such as jellies, cake, etc. Also Mango or Strawberry Sorbets (always good and refreshing). Haven't had a bad meal there...
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Food: Very goodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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A decently priced hotel. Large room, clean, service with a smile.. what more can I say. Location was not central enough but easy to get into the city and wander. Quiet room, nice bonus drinks in the fridge. The TV was perfect with a number of good Spanish channels as well as BBC World and a number of others. Totally recommended.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Enjoyed a very tasty spicy dumpling (with houmous) for starters (Momo). For main course, had a range of well-cooked vegetable dishes along side a Classic Nepalese curry which was enjoyable and was accompanied by Himalayan basmati rice cooked with masala and saffron. Excellent! The food was similar to an Indian restaurant but still most of the dishes tasted very different and it was a refreshing change from the normal curry and naan and rice. For dessert, honeycomb ice cream which was a perfect end to a lovely meal. A decent price as well. Definitely look forward to returning and trying out some of the other dishes. Their super hot curry is apparently a knockout also according to a friend's recommendation.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
They have now moved and sadly not as good as it used to be (when it was next to the British Museum) - now in the heart of Soho, It is a little out of the way and also just not the same happy store it used to be (for me anyway). The comic selection is not as good as it used to be, now they have more expensive art and designs books etc. The layout is a lot worse as well though the stairs a big improvement on the old spiral stairs
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago