Exporting an image file


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Exporting an image file

Now as you know by now Illustrator is a vector-based drawing program. That's why you can zoom in on any detail inside your artwork and see it render in razor-sharp perfection. Now what's happening when you're viewing a piece of artwork on screen, is that it is in real time being converted to screen pixels, this process of converting vectors to pixels, is known as rasterizing. The same thing happens when you print our work is converted from vectors once again to printer pixels and that is called rasterizing or rasterisation as well.

This is a computationally intensive process, most of the time it should work out beautifully for you. But every blue moon something can go wrong and I want you to know what the solution is. Am going to go ahead and press Control+1 or Command+1 on a Mac to back out to the 100% view size. I am working inside of a file called Complex illustration.ai, and it's found inside the Exercise Files folder and it takes advantage of a high-end feature that w...

Exporting an image file
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Exporting an image file provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Up and Running with Illustrator

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