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Ouch. A complex one. I would try "faking" an html page using thoose coordinates to "position" the icons using "absolute: position" on a css file. But thinking about trees, this could work with a few dozens. Hundreds maybe... there will be a point where the file would be too complex to render. Probably use the software Joojaa recomended. Xo)
Well you might want to use a GIS (Geographic Information System) application for this. GIS applications can read your csv directly into their database as just another layer of info. This would then stop being a normal graphic design question (go to GIS.SE) at this point, although GIS is often exported to illustrator for post processing. Some applications to ...
I thought it was easy to answer but it is not. It is an interesting question but it lacks of context. This could be a comment but it is too long for one. "imagery" What kind of images? Do you want a vector portrait? https://www.google.com.mx/search?q=vector+portrait It is almost impossible to have a vector portrait without a level of "cartoony"... that is ...
I don't see anything wrong with using "cartoony". It's clear, effective, and to the point. If someone approached me for an image and said "I don't want anything too 'cartoony'." I'd have no problem with that and would immediately know what they meant. It may also be a good idea to provide examples of styles, such as -- "I'd like something along the style of ...
If you can pin-point what exactly it is about "cartoony" that you are trying to avoid, then you might be able to come up with a more clear goal for your designer (though, I think most designers would know what you mean by "cartoony" and wouldn't find it an offensive term). Some examples (but this will be up to you to ultimately determine) could be that you ...
Engraver plug-in indeed are powerful. But Engraver II is obsoleted as I can see. Now Engraver III is available
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