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Will vector for cookies
Favourite photographer: Ansel Adams
Operating System: Mac and Windows
Wallpaper of choice: One o' mine
Skin of choice: The one I was born in
Favourite cartoon character: Zim, Gir
Personal Quote: Death is nature's way of telling you to slow down
...move along, move along.

Didn't feel like writing anything but I'm sure I'm not the only one sick of looking at January 2008's vector picks! :D
  • Listening to: Mercy - Duffy
  • Reading: The Silent Speaker by Rex Stout
  • Watching: More TV
  • Playing: Scrabble as much as possible
  • Eating: Homemade flapjacks
  • Drinking: Tea


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Einion Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2009
ChewedKandi Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
:hug: hope all is well :hug:
Octoberson Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2009
I could learn a lot from the sort of work you've posted here. I definitely am amazed!
Dark-Eyes-Of-Blood Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2009
Whats the difference between a Vector and Vexel?
Einion Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2009
A vector is artwork created only using vector elements and it should still be fully editable (even though the image posted online is just a .JPG usually).

A vexel doesn't have to be made using vectors at all, it only needs the appearance of vector shading (also called cell shading). Plus vexels can be combined with various raster elements - pixel-based stuff, like image noise and other filters, brushwork or anything else using pixels from Photoshop or a similar program - which pure vector artwork doesn't contain.

These days vector software can make artwork containing both types of elements but what is in it decides whether something is best suited for Vector, Vexel or maybe one of the Digital Art > Miscellaneous categories here on dA.

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