A Trick or Treat Special for Bluebeam PDF Revu Users


In honor of Halloween, I thought I’d treat the Bluebeam faithfuls with this hauntingly cool Bluebeam Tool Set of Spooktacular Symbols!

Spooktacular Symbols

You can download this free Tool Set and import it into Bluebeam from our Resources page.

What trickery did I use to create these frightful PDF markups? First, I traced over some free vector symbols that I found online using Bluebeam’s markup tools, mainly the polygon and polyline. For the most part, I traced while Bluebeam’s Snap to Content button was turned on. It was a piece of cake!

And, because Bluebeam supports curved annotations, I was able to draw all these unique shapes with markup tools. To finish them off, I chose some unique colors by entering in RGB codes in the color menu, grouped the markups and then added them to my Tool Chest.

Download the Tool Set now and create some boo-tiful Halloween designs. And remember, to keep on PDF’ing!


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One Response to “A Trick or Treat Special for Bluebeam PDF Revu Users”

  1. Frank Says:

    Impressive, this tool set really looks fantastic!
    Surely took a while, but that’s really a fun surprise.
    I like most the witch in front of the moon and the cat with the weird eyes, really well done.

    PS: It’s a bit sad that there isn’t a preview of the tool set in the Ressources page. Maybe you could add something similar Farnell.com uses when you hover over a preview image of a product.

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