Originally Posted by Boerderij_Kabouter
Correct me if I am wrong, but isn't Illustrator a software designed specifically for Vector imaging? If it isn't easier for creating and editing vectors than the raster based PS, then they did a real sh!tty job. I don't care either way, but I have a hard time believing that they have the same utility...
Not the same... comparable. Think about it. Photoshop costs about $700. Photoshop and Illustrator together cost about $1400. They didn't do a crappy job, they did a brilliant job. I have yet to see anyone explain to me exactly how Illustrator is better at vectors, but somehow everyone seems to know that Illustrator is the tool to use for vector drawings. Brilliant.
But as is evident from this thread, I'm just a crazy guy talking crazy talk. What do I know.
Scott, yeah, absolutely. I know we're going to disagree on the point, no worries. But I gotta make the argument I make, ya know?