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We offer raster to vector conversion service: JPEGs, GIFs, SCANs, PNGs can be converted into scalable vector art with high quality.You can require all kinds of vector art format, including: AI, EPS, CDR, PDF. You may also request the RGB color or CMYK color. Our raster to vector conversion service is fully manually drawn.
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Our raster to vector conversion service is manually drawn, so you just need provide all kinds of incomplete, vague, hand-drawn and scanned art work and let us get raster to vector conversion, which will save you time and money.
How it works?

Step 1 conversion workSend us your artwork and get a quote.

Step 2 conversion workWe'll send you a proof for your approval.

Step 3 conversion workOnce approved just make the payment.

Step 4 conversion workWe'll send you the final vector art files.

Why choose our raster to vector conversion service.

Low cost, high quality

Consulting price is free of charge, please do not hesitate to contact us

Manually drawn, all kinds of complex, ambiguous, incomplete conversion of the graphics can be achieved, but also the original art work can be revised according to your request

It will be completed within 24 hours upon your order confirmation

Some urgent conversions can be completed at no extra cost within a few hours.

Minor amendments are FREE.

Vector Conversion Examples

Some previous vector conversion examples are well illustrated in details.

Why vector?

Vector art is scalable to any size without quality loss and more clearer than raster or bitmap file.

What is a vector image?

Vector image can be scaled up or down infinitely without the loss of resolution and enables you to change colour.

File types explained

Lots of graphic file types such as AI,BMP, EPS,GIF, JPEG and PCX are explained in more details.