CREATING AN IMAGE/BITMAP TO VECTOR 

HAS YOUR LOGO LOST IT'S QUALITY? DISPLAYING A BLURRY LOOK?

I redraw existing logo's.

Vectorise my logo


Vectorise my logo


Only having a bitmap/raster version of your logo is a challenge for printing companies. Always have different formats available and

high quality files of your logo, ready for all types of printing. From signage, cut-outs and to small format printing.


WHAT I REQUIRE FROM YOU

ONCE REDRAWN

WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE

  • Your logo emailed to me: info@AngelaAmanda.co.za
  • I will review and a quote will be sent through which needs to be approved
  • 1-5 working days, depending on the complexity and work load
  • You are able to use it for just about every purpose.
  • May be resized without losing quality
  • You may use your new and improved logo for vinyl and laser cutting
  • Your logo may be used online without displaying little blocks
  • A sharp logo without pixelation
  • PDF vector and EPS files supplied
  • I'll include other high resolution formats for online use:    JPG and PNG

 


Q's & A's

Logo redraw

Why do I need a vector Image?

Depending on what you need - if your print shop has asked for a vector version of your logo, it's probably because they need something in a 'line' format. A vector is made of lines/paths - this may be blown up or reduced to any size without pixelating and ideally used for laser/print cutting.  This is when you need your logo or image cut along it's shape. A JPG, PNG, PSD is made of blocks, this is a bitmap/raster image. You can only scale this to a certain size before the little blocks are visible which gives you a pixelated result.


How do I know which version I have? 

Not a vector:   .jpg   .png   .tiff   .gif   .psd
Possibly a vector:   .pdf   .eps   .ai

Logo redraw

If you are uncertain, send through the file and i will gladly assist and confirm what and how your artwork was made.


What not to do. 

When you paste a .jpg image into a vector based program - it DOESN'T make it a vector image. When someone has asked for a vector file, it's usually when the original artwork was done in a vector based program with NO BITMAP image.

 

I have a Photoshop file, is this vector? 

No. Photoshop can't create true vector images. This is still a bitmap image. Photoshop is not a vector based program.