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Gilad Refael
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Posted : Dec 24, 2002 15:37
what is it??
i heard about it but i don't know what it means and how do you use it           REHAB is for quitters
muestik
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Posted : Dec 24, 2002 23:44
hello gilad,
vector graphic is NO PIXEL graphic.
this graphic art use this programms: illustrator, flash, freehand....           demo mixes: http://www.muestik.com/mp3

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Dreamer
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Posted : Dec 26, 2002 20:00
yep. when you zoom in you never see the pixels in vector gfx because there aren't any pixels. you see teh graphic but it's actually a mathematical expression which says to put a line there, filled by a certain color, etc.

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Gilad Refael
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Posted : Dec 30, 2002 17:25
can anyone recomend this?           REHAB is for quitters
Rik
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Posted : Apr 25, 2003 10:22
it's good for a certain style of drawings, and used by architects all the time...

it's good for adding complex line drawings etc to let's say a photoshop image, but working 100% vector based is rare when it comes to psy-drawings (except for complex geometrics etc)

it's nice, and a lot of things are possible in it, but when you're used to photoshop you'll need some time adjusting to this new way of working... photoshop 7 also includes basic vector drawing abilities, but i haven't used them myself, Tiff uses it a lot to convert hand drawings into digital, you can see what i mean here: http://psygarden.be/vault/album25/synaesthesia )           www.psytracks.com :: Brand new website for sharing your psytracks with the world. Get a free 250Mb Artist profile, Blog and events calender!
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apsilum


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Posted : Apr 25, 2003 12:17
Highly recommended and is essential for album sleave design, flyer work, poster, blah blah blah... anything where line, text, colour matching, layout is needed. I can't imagine life without vectors, but then again I am a designer...
Gilad Refael
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Posted : Apr 25, 2003 15:47
is it like an unrasterized text layer in photoshop?           REHAB is for quitters
KakoOlalaJwal
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Posted : Apr 25, 2003 16:28
Not really really Gilad, the real cool thing with vector is that u can easily put it in an other vectorial software (from illustrator to flash for exemple) by a simple drag-drop between the windows...

..Eaaaasy going hehe
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psy_doktor


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Posted : Apr 25, 2003 19:35
The difference is that vector graphics are virtual representations of easily defined mathematic equations (vectors), and pixel graphics are defined by the total amount of data which relates to each of the pixels that compose the image (the files become much larger). That's why, when you work with vector graphics, you don't have to worry about the image resolution (dpi, etc) because you can have infinite resolution. There are no pixels to count! Pure maths....
If you use software like freehand, coreldraw, flash or any other vector based program, you can create shapes, text or anything else, and the information of all those elements will be saved as a math equation for each. In a picture saved in photoshop, the file will be the result of the equation of each pixel in the image. There are things that you can only do if you work with vectors, but there are ohters that you can only do if you work with "pixel graphics". For example, in a vector document, each element is assumed as an object that is independent from the one next to him. In pixel graphics, the hole picture is an object (you can obviously separate it into different layers) and you can only take objects as "pixel groups" If you are working with curves, vectors are the best. If you are working with photos, pixel rules! If you are working with both, welcome to the world of graphics design!!!
Gilad Refael
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Posted : Apr 25, 2003 20:03
thanks guys
so... which vector gfx program would you recomend?           REHAB is for quitters
psy_doktor


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Posted : Apr 26, 2003 16:14
Freehand... Its still a very stable and capable program!
Get the latest version Freehand MX
A.Rosengren
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Posted : Apr 28, 2003 02:43
its mainly used in doing logos, illustrator

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Dreamkeeper


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Posted : Mar 4, 2014 10:05
anyone know some good plugins for adobe illustrator CS 5, preferably free for
Effects
Editing (tools)
Color

PLUR
Yidam
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Posted : Mar 8, 2014 09:42
you can do some cool stuff if you use the transform effect.

step 1. create vector object

step 2. effect > distort & transform > transform

step 3. make sure preview is on, play with scale/move/angle, change number of copies to something high (50-100 etc)

step 4. start from step 2, transform the new object

you can make some cool fractal like stuff this way. blend tool is also great when working with gradients and transparencies.

never used plugins in illustrator so can't suggest much else than this.
Dreamkeeper


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Posted : Mar 8, 2014 10:45
Third-party plug-ins for Illustrator
http://www.adobe.com/in/products/illustrator/indepth.html

thanx for the tip bro.

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