Getting Started with Adobe Illustrator

Illustrator is a vector drawing program. It is often used to draw illustrations, cartoons, diagrams, charts and logos. Vector graphics (sometimes called vector shapes or vector objects) are made up of lines and curves defined by mathematical objects called vectors, which describe an image according to its geometric characteristics.

You can freely move or modify vector graphics without losing detail or clarity, because they are resolution independent. They maintain crisp edges when resized, printed to a PostScript printer, saved in a PDF file, or imported into a vector-based graphics application. As a result, vector graphics are the best choice for artwork, such as logos, that will be used at various sizes and in various output media. For us, it is important to create our illustrations easily and illustrator gives us the chance to make our designs in a practical way that is why we are choosing Adobe Illustrator to create our designs.

All the illustrations need to follow the same style in order to upload the illustrations to the website. It is important to draw and create new objects according to the tutorials and keep the same style through all the process. Illustrators who will not follow the guidelines will not be able to submit their artworks to IllustraStock.

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Adobe: What is Adobe Illustrator