WEB Vectoring

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  1. Die Antwoord

    Die Antwoord New Member

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    is it possible to vector a black and white image down to every exact pixel?

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    White Stormy Take that, subspace!

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    what? kill yourself.
     
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    White Stormy Take that, subspace!

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    :rofl: seriously, though. the cool thing about vector is that it looks the same no matter how big (or small) you resize it.
     
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    So you want each pixel to be its own individual vector block? Yeah, you can do that, but . . . uhh . . .
     
  8. Die Antwoord

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    Yeah I do, but I was kind of saying that as a "joke". The replies above mine are pretty good answers, but I'll just repeat them:

    Use software like Adobe Illustrator to trace whatever it is you want vectorized. There is a helpful feature built in that will help you with it.

    If the image is simple enough (Like a logo or has very few colors) you can try tracing it yourself in Illustrator or Photoshop.


    So what is it that you need vectorized?
     
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    illustrator has live trace.

    /threadz
     
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    If you guys saw what I was vectoring you would shit yourself. :o
     
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