What is it?

VectorSection is an open source vector graphics converter and storage mechanism. It is a toolset for manipulating data from 2D and 3D CAD and graphics formats via common intermediate data schemas.

VectorSection is being built in stages. The goal is to be able to convert between and access most vector graphic file formats such as dxf, dwg, dgn, svg, pdf, ps, jpg, png, ogr, ifc.


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Thing You Should Know About Vector Art

Thing You Should Know About Vector Art

While in high school, you must have come across the term vector in exact subjects, especially mathematics and physics. But calm down, this time we will not discuss exact things but about vector design. The term vector here has something to do with mathematics because it intersects with graphic parameters which are still related to mathematical terms. Before that, let’s find out. Vector design is a design that uses constituent parameters such as thin or thick lines and coordinates as the main component of editing. One of the common features that can be used to easily recognize these images is vector design, namely the use of solid colors. Learning design is quite fun as a hobby, but apart from that it can also really support your work if you are in the world of design. Check out more facts about vector design!

1. More Used To Draw Geometric Objects

Vector design is mostly used for drawing geometric objects. Some examples of these objects are circles, squares, ellipses, and others. To draw certain objects such as manga and others can also be done from geometric objects like this. Besides that, you can take advantage of this vector design to create logos and more.

2. Light File Size

One of the advantages that vector design has is that it is quite light in size. Vector design is often juxtaposed with bitmaps that put more emphasis on pixels. In vector designs, the file size is lighter than raster images. This is because this type contains only certain parameters of an image. Unlike the case with bitmaps that use a lot of stack pixels.

3. Image Sharp Design

The resulting image from the vector design is also sharper. When you want to print it in various sizes, the image quality will still be good and will not break when printed. This is what makes many designers sometimes more comfortable using this type of design. Moreover, the composition of vector images is dominated by lines and dots so that the quality does not decrease too much. However, the quality of the initial measure is still more decisive.



Graphic design is broad, right? And the obvious answer is “yes”. Of course, my friends already know how vector images are. The image that is usually used for vector images is a human image that is created in such a way as to produce a better image. So, do you know what the various types of vector images are? If you don’t know this article, it will help you a little to give a little idea about the various types of vector images. Let’s just follow the material


WPAP stands for Wedha’s Pop Art Potrait, which means an image made of a pattern with geometric shapes and with different colors. Usually the image that wpap makes is a face image

2. Line Art

Line art is an illustration image consisting of clear lines without using color gradations. Usually only use black and white.

3. Amine Version

The point is a picture made like a cartoon character. This image only takes the exact body part of the original object, but the face is usually made like a cartoon character.

4. Vector Art

This vector is almost the same as the anime version. So the original image is made like a cartoon, only this vector art uses an actual face image.

5. Silhouette Art

This silhouette art is like a shadow image of an object, so this silhouette image is an imitation of the original image but the result is made into black as a whole.