14 Black And White Floral Background Vector Images

Author by: Tiffany Isabelle
Date 2009-05-24
Category Vector Background
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Inspiring gallery of Black and White Floral Background Vector graphic resource. I put in vector background category, and we think it can be useful for us. Ok, you can see black and white floral pattern vector, black and white flower vector and black and white floral border design, it's probably nice reference to make graphic work.

Black and white floral, victorian black and white floral art and black and white flower on background are also the best creations for vector background, and you can save them free for personal or maybe commercial use. You could customize as well, change the details and make our corrections. We hope that our collection here will bring you more creativity and incentive for more development.

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Designing Tips:

  • Choose a color palette that 1-3 primary colors and a 1-3 additional secondary colors that contrast and complement each other. Use different shades of the same color for consistency by adjusting the brightness for contrast. Finer characters will need stronger distinction on a colored background
  • Always ask the customer how they want the final image. If they want the Illustrator file, and you have many layers, but do not want to move them to a new work of art, one by one, it is easier to draw a large rectangle on the final image, Ctrl + right-click and select 'Create clipping mask. This crop your artwork to the shape you've drawn
  • Work from the beginning to CMYK and even if your final image is the vector, try to send it as TIFF. This will prevent any kind of color problem or involuntary change - in color or composition
  • Is the art of using line in every field or not areas. Keep an eye on the basic styles such as art of the line to define zones. If you will use it, use it throughout your entire creation
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