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  • Product Code: RASTER2VECTOR

  • $150.00

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Let's take that dirty, choppy pixelated low res image and clean it up to a high quality and scalable Vector graphic!

Get a Professional raster to vector graphic conversion service.   

What you get:

We will take your old pixelated image file, scanned picture, old printed logo, drawing or sketch and hand vector your image into a crisp, polished, and scalable file that you could use in anything printed or digital. What do we mean by 'hand vector'? Well, unlike other services, we will not simply take your image and run it through some plug in and send you the file giving you a choppy graphic, we will actually take the hand vector the file manually by redrawing your artwork point by point to get it nice and finely detailed. 

Final assets will be digital deliverables in the form of a file package that includes:

• Adobe Illustrator AI (Vector Format)

• EPS (Vector Format)


All final assets and logp design will be 100% your own and royalty free, as you are not only purchasing the custom logo artwork but also all full copyright rights to usage are included with purchase.

This means you 'actually own the custom artwork' and can use it any way you want when you purchase.

How does this work?

-Select the the product and purchase from the check out to begin service.

-We will contact you to confirm the order and direction of the logo design and give you a personalized over the phone consultation.

-You will receive 3 versions to choose from, via email, and either the logo is approved or you will send us any changes you would like.  Raster to Vector services are subject to up to 3 design revisions till artowork is finalized.

-Once logo design is finalized, you will be receiving a package file with all the file versions of your artwork including the full license rights to your new clean vectored artwork.

How long does it take?

Typical design turnaround for the first draft is between 2-3 working days.  Final Approval process is based on the client.

All artwork is 100% custom and not clip art, to ensure your logo branding will be original like your brand.

Pixels vs Vectors

Raster images are made of pixels. A pixel is a single point or the smallest single element in a display device. If you zoom in to a raster image you may start to see a lot of little tiny squares. 

Vector images are mathematical calculations from one point to another that form lines and shapes. If you zoom into a vector graphic it will always look the same.

A raster image has a specific number of pixels. When you enlarge the image file without changing the number of pixels, the image will look blurry. When you enlarge the file by adding more pixels, the pixels are added randomly throughout the image, rarely producing good results.

When you enlarge a vector graphic, the math formulas stay the same, rendering the same visual graphic no matter the size. Vector graphics can be scaled to any size without losing quality.

Vector Graphics

Vector graphics are scalable

Because vector graphics are not composed of pixels they are resolution-independent. The vector shapes - also called objects - can be scaled and printed at any size without losing quality. It can be printed as large and at the highest resolution the printer or the output device allows.

Color editing is simple

A multi-color vector image can be easily changed to a limited color graphic. Limited colors are often required by some processes such as embroidery, "stencil-cut" vinyl signs, and specialty promotional items (such as logos printed on cups, pens, bottles, etc.)

Vector Outline / Wireframe

Vector programs display the image as we would normally see it and they also allows us to view the vector outline or wire-frame of each object. This vector outline/wireframe is important to some companies because it guides the equipment they use to create their products, such as engraving and cut signs. It is also important to some of these processes that the vector outlines are not overly complex.

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Vector Graphic Common Uses

Vector graphics are commonly used for logos, illustrations, technical drawings and for use with processes that require vector art such as specialty signs and printing, engraving and etching. Also used in CAD, Engineering, and 3D graphics.

Raster / Bitmap Images

Pixel-based images represent and edit photographs and photo-like images better than vector programs because they can use an abundant number of different color pixels. By arranging pixels and slowly incrementing or changing the color or shade of the pixels adjacent to them, it creates a subtle gradation from one color to another: nice and smooth color blends.

Raster images' dimensions are measured in pixels. Because raster images cannot be enlarged without losing quality, printers require that you provide them with files at the correct size: 1 the dimension you want to print your image at, and 2. the pixel resolution for that particular project. The pixel resolution is the amount of pixels within each inch called ppi (pixels per inch). 

How large a raster image can be printed - and maintain quality - depends on 2 things: 

  1. the pixel dimension of the image (e.g. 6824 pixels wide by 2345 pixels high)
  2. the pixel resolution: pixels-per-inch (ppi), how many pixels per inch are required by the particular printer

Different types of printing have different resolution requirements. On average:

Paper printing require a minimum of 300 ppi
Shirt printers require a minimum of 240 ppi
Large format printers (banners, billboards) vary a lot because it also depends on the distance from which the sign is going to be viewed - could be as low as 20 or more than 200

How to determine what size your raster image must be for printing:

Multiply the resolution required by the area to be printed. Example:

If a printer requires a minimum of 300 ppi and you want to print an image in an area that is 5 inches wide, multiply 300 pixels x 5 inches = 1500. Your image must be at least 1500 pixels wide.

Raster & Vector Summary

Raster (Bitmap) 

• Pixel-based

• Do not scale up optimally - Image must be created/scanned at the desired usage size or larger

• Raster programs best for editing photos and creating continuous tone images with soft color blends

• Depending on the complexity of the image, conversion to vector may be time consuming 

• Raster images are the most common image format, including: jpg, gif, png, tif, bmp, psd, eps and pdfs originating from raster programs

• Large dimensions & detailed images equal large file size 

• It is more difficult to print raster images using a limited amount of spot colors 

• Some processes cannot use raster formats

• Common raster programs: photo editing / paint programs such as Photoshop & Paint Shop, GIMP (free)


• Shapes based on mathematical calculations

• Vector programs best for creating logos, drawings and illustrations, technical drawings. For images that will be applied to physical products.

• Can be scaled to any size without losing quality

• Resolution-independent: Can be printed at any size/resolution

• A large dimension vector graphic maintains a small file size

• Vector art can be used for many processes and easily rasterized to be used for all processes

• Number of colors can be easily increased or reduced to adjust printing budget

• Can be easily converted to raster

• It is not the best format for continuous tone images with blends of color or to edit photographs

• Common vector graphic file format: ai, cdr, svg, and eps & pdfs originating from vector programs

• Common vector programs: drawing programs such as Illustrator, CorelDraw

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