I will just do graphic designing

just do graphic designing
just do graphic designing
just do graphic designing
just do graphic designing
just do graphic designing
just do graphic designing

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Description simple artwork normal artwork complex artwork
  work time being less than an hour work time around 2-4 hrs work time more than 4 hrs
Color Change
Seller will change or add the color of your image based on your specifications
High-Res Raster
Seller will include a high resolution raster file (e.g., .jpg, .png, or .tif)
.CDR
Your image will be converted to a CorelDraw vector file (.CDR)
.SVG
Your image will be converted to a Scalable Vector Graphics vector file (.SVG)
.PDF
Your image will be converted to a Portable Document Format vector file (.PDF)
.EPS
Your image will be converted to an Encapsulated Postscript vector file (.EPS)
.AI
Your image will be converted to an Adobe Illustrator vector file (.AI)
Source File
Your image will be converted to a layered, editable source file (usually .PSD)
# of images
Seller will apply the same service to multiple files, up to the number defined.
5 8 Unlimited
Revisions
The number of tweaks the seller includes.
unlimited unlimited unlimited
Delivery Time 1 day 1 day 1 day

About This Gig

Vector graphics is the use of polygons to represent images in computer graphics. Vector graphics are based on vectors, which lead through locations called control points or nodes. Each of these points has a definite position on the x- and y-axes of the work plane and determines the direction of the path; further, each path may be assigned various attributes


Advantages:
  • This minimal amount of information translates to a much smaller[citation needed] file size compared to large raster images (the size of representation does not depend on the dimensions of the object), though a vector graphic with a small file size is often said to lack detail compared with a real world photo.
  • Correspondingly, one can infinitely zoom in on e.g., a circle arc, and it remains smooth. On the other hand, a polygon representing a curve will reveal being not really curved.
  • On zooming in, lines and curves need not get wider proportionally. Often the width is either not increased or less than proportional. On the other hand, irregular curves represented by simple geometric shapes may be made proportionally wider when zooming in, to keep them looking smooth, not like these geometric shapes