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We straightened out this logo during the vector conversion process.
A vector image is a graphic that is created using mathematical algorithms. These images are resolution-independent, meaning they can be enlarged or reduced without any loss in quality. They are used in a variety of applications, including logos, illustrations, and icons. What is a Vector Image? A vector image is a digital image that is composed of mathematical points, lines, and shapes that can be edited and manipulated like any other image. Vector images are often used in graphic design and advertising because they are versatile and easy to edit. They can be scaled to any size without losing quality, and they can be rotated to create new perspectives. What are the Advantages of Vector Images? There are many advantages to using vector images for your business. Vector images are easily scalable, which means that they can be enlarged or reduced without losing quality. They can be edited easily, which means that they can be modified to fit your specific needs. Vector images are also versatile, which means that they can be used in a variety of different formats, such as logos, banners, and webpages. Finally, vector images are often more affordable than other types of images, which means that you can save money by using them instead of more expensive image formats. When is it Appropriate to Use a Vector Image? Vector images are typically used for logos, web graphics, and other graphical elements that need a crisp, clean look. They're also perfect for use on products, packaging, and other marketing materials. How to Create a Vector Image Creating a vector image is a great way to save on file size and keep your images looking sharp. There are a few different software programs that you can use to create a vector image, but the most common is Adobe Illustrator. Once you have your vector image created, you can use it in a variety of ways for your business. You can use it to create logos, illustrations, and more. How to Convert a Vector Image to Other Formats There are a few ways to convert a vector image to other formats. One way is to use the Adobe Illustrator vector image editor. You can use the "Save As" command to save the vector image in different file types, such as PDF, JPEG, and EPS. Another way is to use a vector graphic software, such as Inkscape or Adobe Illustrator, and use the "Export" command to save the vector image in different file types. A vector image is a great way to represent your business. They are resolution-independent, meaning they can be enlarged or reduced without any loss in quality. They can also be converted to other formats for use in different applications.
This highly detailed image was hand converted to vector format.
This customer only need to main building converted to vector - he wanted the background removed as well, and the building converted to black and white line drawing.
This original image had very pixelated, rough edges. The customer requested the edges be smoothed out, background color (slightly off-white) color removed while being converted to vector format.
This car was removed from the background and vectorized.
This customer did not want the vector file to have smooth edges - instead, they wanted the edges to stay uneven and rough. The resulting vector image looks just like the original but can now be enlarged to any size without distortion or pixelation.
This customer needed the truck removed from the background and converted to vector format. This image is highly detailed, and is a perfect example of why vector hand conversion by a professional artist is so important.
This raster image started with very jagged edges. During vectorization, these edges are smoothed out, and remain smooth no matter how large you make the vector image. The resulting vector file has no "jaggies" on the edges, or within the image.
This vector conversion really shows the benefits of having your logo in vector format. Once converted, you can create the image at any size without distortion, blurriness or pixelation.
This customer needed their logo converted from a fuzzy raster image. The resulting vector has clean, crisp lines and solid colors.
This customer needed this photo converted to vector with the background removed. Converting photos to vector are always a bit more expensive because our artists hand convert the image to vector format, and photos take a lot of time - but the results are incredible!
This job required some editing to add-in the cut off portion of the image. The resulting vector image is a vibrant color hand converted vector file.