Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by Die Antwoord, Aug 13, 2008.
is it possible to vector a black and white image down to every exact pixel?
what? kill yourself.
seriously, though. the cool thing about vector is that it looks the same no matter how big (or small) you resize it.
So you want each pixel to be its own individual vector block? Yeah, you can do that, but . . . uhh . . .
Do you have aim?
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?
illustrator has live trace.
If you guys saw what I was vectoring you would shit yourself.
alot of options. or you could just hand do it using the pen tool and zooming alot?
edit: the guy shows some n00b stuff but if you actually learn and it use it'll yield some pretty good results.