Below is an example of how a specially shaded drawing would look once vectorized. As you can see, the vector version is cleaner, and has some shading to make the appearance resemble the original closer. The vector converted image is cleaner, printer friendly, and can be manupulated using vector programs.
If you need something with about as much detail vectorized, you should always get a quote and opinion first before proceeding.
You can upload a quote for a speedy and efficient process here: Here (no account required).
Since signs should be clear in order to be easy to read, they are a common subject in our “Copy Vector” service. This is a sample of a safety sign. Notice how the clean vector image draws attention straight to the artwork itself, but when you look at the JPG image the first thing you may notice is how blurry the image is.
Designs of this complexity can be done for the standard $14 each. If you would like your artwork redrawn in the vector format please sign up for a free account and upload your file through the “Vectorizing” section on our website: CopyArtWork Signup Page
It is obvious which of these 2 designs is cleaner and more professional looking. Personally, if I was playing in a soccer match, the second image would bring the “Dragon” spirit in me more than the first (the first might bring the lizard out of me at best). But a picture is worth a thousand words… enjoy!
If you would like your artwork redrawn in the vector format please sign up for a free account and upload your file through the “Vectorizing” section on our website: CopyArtWork Signup Page