Both Illustrator and Corel have fast rasterization options that automatically vectorize images. It's quick, easy and the result is incredible. Check out the videos and learn how to vectorize in both programs!
#1 Corel Draw
Note: The program usually takes more details in vectoring than Corel Draw, so I have been using it more and more.
And what is the difference from the vectorized image to the original?
In this third video, I explain the difference between the vector and the original watercolour. Check out!
When I work with watercolours for stationery, I usually use the original image, as scanning is always done with quality and the result in printing is impeccable. However, if the print formats are larger than 1m in width, vectorization is always recommended, to maintain quality in such a large format.
But it is valid to always test, to know which format to use. 🙂 Did you like the tip? Comment down here!
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