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Sketches into vector Art
Raster to vector conversion is done on images which originally feature particular dimensions and lose sharpness when stretched beyond a certain point. If you have a sketch and you want a larger version of it, vector conversion is the best option available to you. In this conversion, images in bitmap formats like JPEG, GIF, PSD etc. are converted to vector formats like SVG, AI, EPS, PDF etc. When converted to a vector format, the quality of the image remains intact regardless of to what level the image is zoomed. Presently, Adobe Illustrator is the best application for such conversions. Images converted to vector are more focused, densely colored and sharper than bitmap images. Vectorized sketches can be used for many purposes. You can get a printed version of the same and place them on a wall in your home or can use them for big posters. And if wanted, you can...

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If you have photos you want to be converted to black and white line drawing but you don't know how to do it, you are on the right page. In this post, we are going to discuss the process to convert images into black and white line drawings. Have a look:- Step-1 Open the image you want to convert in Photoshop. It's better if the image has a clean composition. If it has complex patterns, the output may have some noise which will take some extra time of yours to be cleaned. So, try to have a clean picture so that you get a brilliant image after editing. Step 2 Now go to the top menu and select “Adjustments” in “Image” and then choose “Desaturate”. Now your colored image has now turned into a black and white photo. Step 3 Make certain that black is your background color and white is...

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There's no doubt, vector logos are the next big thing in the graphics world but still there are many people who are trying to figure out what exactly it is. Though many people know vector files are best for their logos but they don't know why's that. All they know is their files are not vector and hence, are not good for logos. Now let's discuss what vector format is. In order to understand that, first, we will have to know what raster image format is. Raster images are graphics that are made of pixels and can be zoomed-in to a certain level. Beyond that level, the quality of the image will start to deteriorate. On the other hand, vector is the format in which the quality is not compromised at all, no matter to which extent it's zoomed-in. And the reason for it is that vector images are drawn with...
Things like badges and emblems are not just to put on a blazer or flag. These images or graphics can be used for various purposes which usually have different size requirements. Keeping various files with several size specifications can occupy lots of space, and also it will make a little difficult for you to find the file with required size when the need arises. Besides, it makes no sense at all when you have the option of vector files. You can go for vectorization of your badges, emblems, crests, and coat of arms so that you can make use of a single file to fulfill all your purposes. Complexity Involved in Vectorization of Badges and Emblems   Of course, vectorization of your images is a smart decision but DIY attempt at is not. Some things are better left to professionals. One of the prime reasons you should hire professionals for vectorization...

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There are many people who think that raster format comes with some designing restrictions that makes companies go for vector format when designing a business logo. Well, that' not true. The issue is not that designers can't create as beautiful designs in raster format as in vector. The actual reason is that a logo has to be used on various platforms and hence, it needs to resized very often. When you have a raster file as a logo, zooming it beyond a certain size will give you blurry images. That's the reason why companies are opting for vector logos these days.       Why Raster Images Go Blurry When Zoomed? Raster images, also known as bitmap images, are rectangular grids of pixels. The quality of a raster image depends on the number of pixels it has. Higher pixels means better resolution here. It means the pictures will look fine if...