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Before I decided that I wanted to go to school for graphic design, I was pretty heavily into math and science. During my junior year, I toured colleges and learned that one that I was interested in would require a portfolio for admission. So, for my senior year I ended up taking six art classes (and no science, and more of a blowoff English class) - 3 the ...
Actually this is something that's becoming more and more frequent so if I were you I would feel positive. The graphic design industry, much like the programming one is not all together wound up on the academic side of things. Most companies would prefer to see a solid portfolio of work over a qualification from a school. (I'm not saying the attending ...
I think what u need is Inkscape Is free open-source and is easy to use and help a lot when u r doing an app There is a lot of information an training examples in their oficial Web page try it..
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