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Working With Monitor Coloration

"Why Can't You Match The Original Colors?" This is a question we get every now and then. We always strive to match colors as close as we can, but a few factors make it impossible to match 100%. One such... Continue Reading →

Optimizing your Vinyl Orders!

What is the best way to place an order for Vinyl? Placing a vector order for Vinyl application can be a tricky thing. A solid set of instructions when you place the order can help us narrow down exactly what... Continue Reading →

What do we mean by Bitmap?

Bitmap graphics are the most common image format. File formats like JPG, GIF, PNG, TIF and Photoshop PSD, are all bitmap images. They are all made of small points of light called pixels(Fig 1). You may also hear these files called... Continue Reading →

What can vector art do?

Vector Artwork does not rely on pixels per inch like a Bitmap. A bitmap and other standard file types such as jpeg, gif and png use pixels(or colored squares) to render complex images at the expense of being able to... Continue Reading →

Vectoring Art and Drawings

Just like vectoring photographs, vectoring art, or drawings can present a particular set of challenges, from color blends, to textures, to unique materials and hand drawn looks. One of the first obstacles in recreating any piece of artwork is not... Continue Reading →

What to Expect When Vectoring Photographs

A detailed description of what is possible in the world of vector redrawing and photographs.

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