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Pixel, rastr. All same.

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Online courses for studying digital painting and graphic design

We've already talked about how to get started with digital art. One of the options are online courses, which can be very useful, convenient and comfortable for a lot of people. Studying at home is comfortable, less time consuming than for example driving far distances to get somewhere, but it

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The forms of digital visual arts - "Label" time

The primary forms of digital visual artsI tend to very often "label" everything. I like structure in some instances, and therefore I decided to write a short article on forms of visual arts to make it a little bit clear what possibilities and ways could digital artists go. It's also

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The best painting software for digital artists. Top 5 apps for you to explore

In the previous article, we were talking about vector based software for graphic designs. But what if you don’t want to create logos? What if you want to paint landscapes, horrifying creatures, and monsters, mysterious people or snapshots from your fantasy book? Here comes raster based software on the

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Vector vs raster - What is the basic difference?

If you are a photographer or designer, you probably know what you are dealing with. For the others who are just starting, it can be a little bit overwhelming – raster, vector, bitmap, pixel. I’m expecting that everybody knows .jpeg or .jpg, but what about .svg? What is the difference