12 Clip Art Vector Background Images

Author by: Tiffany Isabelle
Date 2015-12-28
Category Vector Background
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On this occasion, i want to present about Clip Art Vector Background graphic resource. Sometimes ago, i get it from best creator, then i combine to the vector background category. When we save these colorful abstract circle vector wave, vector clip art colorful and vector art graphics below, probable we can save among them for inspiration to create your own creation.

blue abstract vector art, clip art butterflies and flowers and vector clip art kitchen are also best creations for vector background, and we can get them for free. We can customize as well, change the details and make your corrections. We hope this Clip Art Vector Background collection will bring you more creativity and incentive for further creation.

Do you like to use some element of each pictures? If yes, you should go to the source link that we show under the pictures. We hope you like and want to share, let's hit share button that you like, so your friends can see this Clip Art Vector Background too.

Designing Tips:

  • Make sure you keep track of your layers - I'm usually a lot in any room - and keep things in order. I only use the selection of Illustrator, Direct Selection and Pen tools, because I prefer not to leave the plethora of software (admittedly very good) tools get in the way of my vision. It is all about simplicity and execution
  • Everyone makes mistakes and sometimes they are the most important part of the learning experience. Design is all about trial and error then push your creations to the limit because the creative process is often not complete
  • Read on color theory and how colors appear next to the other, experiment with shades, tones and shades. The attention to detail is very important - if you have a landscape with clouds, rather than creating a cloud and copy and paste, resize, or returning, I created a series of unique clouds. It adds to the final work
  • Many objects and scenes are repetitive elements. Being able to identify you save time in workflow. If you go for a realistic look, learn how to duplicate elements and change them (be it color, texture, size or rotation) to make them unique
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