What Is Adobe Illustrator?
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In this step you'll learn about Adobe Illustrator and the difference between raster and vector based artwork. Raster based artwork is made up of pixels and is limited in scalability, whereas vector based artwork is made up of paths and is infinitely scalable. Illustrator is best used for creating logos, illustrations, and other types of artwork, but not for photos or photographs.
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