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How to Create a Gift Card and Prepare Artwork for Printing Using Adobe Illustrator - Illustrator tutorial


This tutorial covers the issues concerning the creation and pre-press workflow of a vector file. When creating an artwork that you are going to print, you should take into consideration the design’s technical factors. Phantasm CS allows you to quickly analyse and prepare the created artwork for printing. Let’s get started!
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