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It depends on how you intend to use them but most of my assets are Groups consisting of mostly vector objects.


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For things like wire framing, was watching a tutorial online and the teacher is using raster objects and saving them as assets. I was just thinking it would be more efficient to use vector objects. 

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16 minutes ago, Niall123492 said:

For things like wire framing, was watching a tutorial online and the teacher is using raster objects and saving them as assets. I was just thinking it would be more efficient to use vector objects. 

For that I would definitely use vector, but it truly is up to you.


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