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    • VECTOR GRAPHICS
      • Brief discussion about vector graphics
    • Vector Graphics
      • a method of generating images that uses mathematical descriptions to determine the position, length, and direction in which lines are to be drawn.
    • Vector Graphics
      • an alternative to raster graphics
    • THE ANATOMY OF ILLUSTRATION
      • An ILLUSTRATION is composed of different vector OBJECTS
      Illustration: Objects:
      • Each OBJECT have one or more PATHS
      Paths:
      • PATHS are composed of LINE SEGMENTS that usually have ANCHOR POINTS at each end
      Line Segments and Anchor Points:
    • Anchor Points
      • … are the fundamental components of any vector image
      • … define the position and curve properties of a line segment
      Bezier Curve
      • Anchor Points may or may not have CONTROL HANDLES
      • Each Point has one or two Control Handles
    • Objects
      • Stroke can be applied to the PATH of an object
      • Fill can be applied to the area enclosed by the PATH
      • Stroke may have properties such as weight, color, Solid vs. Dashed, Line Caps or Corners
      • Fill may have properties such as Color, Uniform or Gradient, Pattern or Texture
    • Common Vector Formats
      • SWF (Shockwave Flash)
      • SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics)
      • AI (Adobe Illustrator)
      • CDR (CorelDRAW)
      • CMX (Corel Exchange)
      • CGM Computer Graphics Metafile
      • DXF AutoCAD
      • WMF Windows Metafile
    • Stroke Examples: Fill Examples: Solid Dashed None Pattern* Linear Gradient Radial Gradient Pattern Texture*
    • Path and Subpaths
      • Open or Closed
      Open Closed
    • RASTER VS. VECTOR
      • Comparison on the two types of images
      • Raster Image
      • Vector Image
    • WHEN TO USE VECTOR GRAPHICS?
    • R e so lut io n I nde pe n den t
      • You can increase and decrease the size of vector images to any degree and your lines will remain crisp and sharp.
    • Rasterizing gnizirotceV
      • Vector images can be easily converted into raster images but not vice versa.
    • No background
      • Vector objects can be placed over other objects, and the object below will show through.
      Vector Raster
    • DISADVANTAGES OF VECTOR GRAPHICS
    • Cartoonish Property
      • They're unsuitable for producing photo-realistic imagery.
    • TRN
      • Once converted to Bitmap format, it loses all its features.
    • ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR
    • HISTORY OF ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR
      • Initial Release
      • Version 2-5
      • Version 6-10
      • Versions CS (11) & CS2 (12)
      • Versions CS3 (13)
    • PARTS OF ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR
    • Parts
      • Artboard
      • Scratch area
      • Toolbox
      • Pallets