Vector artwork is art that’s made up of vector graphics. These graphics are points, lines, curves and shapes that are based on mathematical formulas. When you scale a vector image file, it isn’t low resolution and there’s no loss of quality, so it can be sized to however large or small you need it to be.
In this workshop we will explore using digital art tools to create vector art to draw and create shapes directly to a page using interactive drawing tablets. We will work with all kinds of tools, and learn to work with vector art.
Vector art or vector graphics is a type of graphic image that is mathematically represented, and as such, can be scaled without loss of information or fidelity. For example, consider your computer’s Internet browser window. If you make it smaller, does it still look like a browser window? If you make it bigger what happens? The reason that it is scalable is that the window is a type of vector art and because of that it can be resized without penalty. Other examples on your computer include dialog boxes, text input boxes, list drop-downs, and even text.
Good News! Art can be vector too! We will learn to create it in this workshop you will learn about it, its uses, and how to create and edit with vector tools.