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Vector Art: MisconceptionsThe term vector is an anomaly to many here on deviantART. To some, its a method of creating art. To others, its a style of art. While the notions can go on, it must be made clear that the term vector refers to a medium which branches out into a complex and ever-growing network of styles and methods, each one as unique and effective as the other.Vector Art: Misconceptions by taho
Another common argument is that vectoring is merely copying or more specifically, </I>tracing</I>. This shall be discussed in depth in the later half of this article.
When creating vector art, the pen tool is predominantly used followed by gradients, blends and, in some cases, mesh tool. Whatever the tools used, the results range from simple to complex and the more experienced of vector artists can assure you that what can be achieved in paint-capable programs (Adobe Photoshop, Painter, OpenCanvas, etc) can be emulated in vector-capable programs (Adobe Illustrator
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