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When I was a Windows user, I used to use Expression for creating/editing vector images.
Which one should I use for this purpose on Mac?
Adobe Illustrator is a way hard for me. Is there any other choice?
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I use Adobe Illustrator CS2..
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Illustrator is easy. You only need to know 2 tools to make vectors. Google 'Pen tool Illustrator' and you'll learn quick.
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If you don't want to pay for Illustrator, you should try Inkscape. I haven't used it yet myself, but it has all the basic vector tools you would probably need and it's free. It's kind of like Gimp for Illustrator
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thank you. I've tried to use Inkscape, but it seems that they still do not support Leo.
It seems I do not have other choice than Illustrator.
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You make it sound like such a bad thing to use the industry standard, vector software. I'm confused.
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where do I make it sound in such a way?
I just wanted to use smth different than Illustrator.
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I suggest Vector Designer. it's exactly what it says it is. Simple. Intuitive. Powerful.
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