Kimberly Crest House & Gardens

***Custom***

Here is a photo to vector sample of a beautiful picture of a house reflecting a sunset. The artist uses gradients for shading in various areas to give the feel and look of the original image. The vector image is simpler with less detail for printing purposes, but still manages to capture the essence of the original photograph due to the skillful artist who created it.

beforeafter kimberly crest house & gardens

If you need something with about as much detail vectorized, you should always get a quote and opinion first before proceeding.

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American Hot Rods

***Custom***

Classic cars are an especially popular subject for screenprinting, and therefore they are very common subjects for vectorizing. The original was created with photoshop effects that cannot be replicated exactly in the vector format. In the vector version you can see how the artist used various color shades and subtle gradients to give a similar effect in the print friendly vector format.

beforeafter AHR American Hot Rods

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Crucifixion

***Custom***

A sketch is an example of something that will look detail and the original effect/look once vectorized. Here you can see how the artist has used slight gradients and shades of black to give it the slick look and depth while maintaining the style of the original artwork.

If you need something with about as much detail vectorized, you should always get a quote and opinion first before proceeding.

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Bonnie Lake

***Custom***

Here is another example of a painting redrawn in the vector format. The artist has used a combination of complex gradients in order to achieve the effect seen in the vector version.

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Flower Art

***Custom***

Drawings and paintings will look different once redrawn in the vector format due to loss of detail and limitations of the vector format. The end result will be a cleaner and more print-friendly version of the artwork. Notice how the artist used various shades of colors and subtle gradients to achieve the same overall look of the design.

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USS Congress

***Custom***

The look of an oil painting is one of the looks that cannot be recreated exactly due to limitations of the vector format (others effects that cannot be replicated exactly are: blur; shine; flame; etc). Below is a past example of a redraw of such an image. As you can see, the artist has used some gradients to recreate the look as close as possible. The vector versions can be sized to any desired size without pixelation and will maintain the clean lines.

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Kava Bowl

***Custom***

This vector art was created from a scanned magazine page. Notice the way gradients and shading are used to give a 3rd dimensional look. Artwork fit for representing a piece of antique or unique work. Wonder what this is supposed to express anyway… transportation of water??

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