From pubisher Arkivia.
137 vectorial textures free & ready to use (on incl. DVD)
The modern part of those interested in style looks towards technology and architecture, to a certain type of repetitive geometry that goes under the name of "POLY", from polygon, exalting in a maniacal way the structure of things.
What was hidden or implicit (the structure) now becomes the main part of the figuration.
The "STRUCTURED" style highlights the parts to the detriment of the overall shape and external lines while even the most common forms become new thanks to the display of its structural components. The inner part is as important as the external one. Graphic artists and illustrators are already using these stylizations, it's time to give also to the world of fashion and interiors a style so alive and contemporary.
Every book contains DVD o CD where 4 or 5 folders are inside with all the designs inserted in the book and everyone concerning a particular graphic format. The Vectorial Files are as the original project and it is possible to modify every color, the tickness and the objects inserted in every design. All files can be opened by:
ILLUSTRATOR, CORELDRAW, FREEHAND, PHOTOSHOP for WINDOWS® and MACINTOSH®
Type of files
The Files in the format AI/EPS are all Vector: this means in the first place that they can be opened by all softwares that use Vector Dsign. It is made up of exact lines that delimit areas where the color is uniform. This enables the design to be brought to any size while retaining the max quality required. The Files in the format PDF/JPG are Bitmap.
The main Vector Softwares are : ILLUSTRATOR (the first came out in 1988), CORELDRAW and FREEHAND.
The BITMAP files can be opened in software such as PHOTOSHOP, CORELPAINT, PAINTSHOP, COREL PAINTER etc..
The files are usually all real size 100%.
In Vector Files the single colors are flat, without transparencies or shading off. By changing the CMYK percentages they can be modified within the software. Each color can be saved to prepare films, calenders, looms. The background color, even if white, has been counted and also any color which is repeated in the design.
In Bitmap PDF files the colors are in "Four Color Process Printing", that is CMYK meanwhile the JPG files are in RGB.