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I can't really explain lol but here are definatitions of it lol
1. Raster layers are the most obvious kind. When you draw, paint, or paste an image as a new layer, you are working with raster layers. These layers are pixel based. The background layer is always a raster layer.
2. Control layers are not visible themselves; they just control the appearance of other layers. We are not going to use control layers in this lesson.
3. Vector layers hold scalable vector objects. If you draw a circle on a raster layer, you are pretty much stuck with it as you have drawn it. However, if you draw a circle on a vector layer, it is a vector object. At any time in the future, you can change its size, position, and colors. Vector objects are lines, shapes, and other figures that are saved in a way that is not tied to fixed pixels. When adding arrows, lines, shapes, etc., always think first of vector objects, because they give you the most future flexibility.