How to resolve open paths/vectors?

posted on 11th of march, 2012
I don't understand what's this mean "open paths/vectors". And how to resolve this problem?

Comments (5)

Posted by Doubleclick7 on January 17, 2013
I use Illustrator CS4.
A closed path means a path that is a completed shape - when you are finished, there should no longer be a beginning and and end. Envision a circle - no beginning or end. This is especially important when you are using a fill color or gradient.
To close a path,
1) using your pen tool, select one of the end points.
2) move your mouse to the other end point in your path. As you get close, there will be an icon that appears next to your pen that looks like a little circle. When you see that icon, click on the end point, and that will complete the path.
If you just click on the end point, a straight line will connect the beginning and the end of the path. If you click and drag, a curved line is the result, and where you drag determines the shape of that curved line.
Posted by Djapart on March 12, 2012
use knife tool after my work done, its automaticlly close all path
Posted by Erogers30 on March 12, 2012
Is it possible to resolve this matter using GIMP?

Comments (5)

This article has been read 560 times.
About Me

confidential info
March (1)
February (3)
    Search the blogs!
Latest articles (RSS 2.0 )
  How to resolve open paths/vectors?
  How to remove lens fringing on Gimp?
  Does using lightroom help you get quality image result on DT?
  New and confuse

Create your own blog in seconds...
My favourite articles
More favorite articles

Related image searches

Vectors Image Path

Image related stock images