Vector over Raster
Vector images are basically digital copies of them. They are not made up of pixels but a series of lines and shapes that have specific positions relative to others. This enables them to be expanded to an infinite size but still remain their original quality. If you click on the RASTER image, you will see the VECTOR version as a wire frame. You can see each individual element of the image and each section outlined can easily be moved, coloured or scaled up with no alteration to the original quality of the image.
So what we do here at DrawUK is start with your original JPEG/BMP (RASTER) image and by hand carefully redraw it until we're left with an accurate and fully scaleable VECTOR copy of the original.
If you require any further information on what we do at DrawUK or you need any help or advice, please don't hesitate to get in touch, we're more than happy to help.