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Thread: Inkscape vs Adobe Illustrator

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    Inkscape vs Adobe Illustrator

    I'm learning to create vector graphics and I'm learning to use Inkscape at the moment. I also have Adobe Illustrator but I haven't yet started to learn how to use it. I also have Photoshop and know how to use a little bit. This leads to me to a few questions.

    What are the main differences between Inkscape and Abobe Illustrator when it comes to making vector images? Is learning how to use one similar to learning how to the other?



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    I have no experience with Inkscape so i can't tell you the differences. What i can tell you is you should use what you are most comfortable with. If you like Inkscape use it! A vector is a vector and the software you use is just a tool. Even if Ai has more tools at its disposal all of these tools are only there to make the job quicker and there are many ways to achieve the same results without them.

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    If you are using photoshop already and need software to 'communicate', than Illustrator is right choice. Inkscape is bad for press prepared CMYK model documents. On the other side Inkscape is free.

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