By Axel Frank. Clip Art. Published at Tuesday, April 30th, 2019 - 00:15:08 AM.
If you desire, you can request delivery in CMX format. DesignStitch offers the convenience of having the image delivery in vectors and bmp.
Vector art is very different from bitmap art which is a photo or an image that can’t be resized. Vector by contrast is made up of lines and points, so the program you use to edit it can change its size without getting jagged edges or making the artwork fuzzy. This is especially important if you’re creating flyers and posters and want different sizes.
However it is important to know the different types of clip art that are available, with most clipart sites being filled with old scanned artwork that isn’t very attractive. In fact a Google search for free clipart is likely to find dozens of sites filled with black and white drawings from the 1970s that was scanned and uploaded. Unfortunately this type of image isn’t easy to adjust the size or manipulate.
The best option is to search for sites that provide the original vector image, or a high resolution bitmap, and then use software like Photoshop or Adobe Illustrator to resize or manipulate the image into your digital scrapbook, or before you print it. If you are on a budget, you can also use free image editors such as Inkscape or the Gimp, although there is also a lot of mid priced software available as shareware.
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