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Vector images

I have just begun experimenting with vector images. I have to say it's a lot of fun and I have a tendency to let my imagination run wild when I'm creating images. I downloaded a not so expensive program from the internet. It is called Line Form and is very intuitive and works like photoshop. Has anyone worked with this particular program? I would love to learn a few tips if you have any. Thanks.

Photo credits: William Ardrey.

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September 09, 2010

Cteconsulting

I also use Illustrator.

I am pretty sure you have to provide a JPG format, and then you upload the EPS (vector) as an additional format. At least, this is what I do, and I am not aware of another way around it.

Plus, people buy the JPG's, so why would you not want to provide it?

Best wishes.

September 06, 2010

Mariaam

Good luck with that program! I don´t know it. I use Illustrator and love it. For me the best one!

September 06, 2010

Thanatonautii

Good luck with that program! I don`t know how it looks, I only use Illustrator for illustrations :)

September 05, 2010

Roberto1977

I didn't know this software, but from what I see on internet it seems a good software. I also use Inkscape & Gimp. Anyway, I wish you to upload many vector images. Bye, Rob.

September 05, 2010

Williamardrey

Thanks for the tip Mvogel

September 05, 2010

Alionaz

I think the Illustrator is the best vector program!

September 05, 2010

smartview27

I haven't. Interesting to experiment.

September 05, 2010

Mvogel

You might also want to try Inkscape and GIMP. Both programs are free and can be used to make some nice vector images. I have recently begun to experiment myself and have 2 vector images in the queue.

One tip that I have found is using images that are not good enough for a photo image to be the basis for a vector diagram. Using layers, you can trace the basic shapes and then use other tools to make nice images.

September 05, 2010

Williamardrey

By the way...does anyone know how to download vector drawings to this site without converting them to jpeg format?

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