Vector illustrations are a great way to capture attention and deliver content for their simplicity, attractive aesthetics, and the fact that they are easy to animate and edit.

In this page you will find some examples of vector illustrations that I have created for a couple of corporate animations.

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BEHIND THE SCENES

I usually create a sketch to get the concept approved by the client before I move on to create the final illustration. This gives us a chance to make edits easily, saving lots of time.

In some projects, like this one, I collaborate with an animator:
I create the assets and someone else animates them

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Having created animations myself, I know how important it is to keep files tidy.
 

I make sure the vector file is set up properly and ready to animate: certain elements have to be in separate layers and named properly. This makes it easy for other project members to work with my files, saves time and makes the collaboration smoother.

BUT WAIT, WHAT IS A VECTOR?

Vector images are made up of points connected by lines and curves. They are defined by mathematical equations. By contrast, "normal" images, called raster images, are made up of really small squares called pixels.

The great thing about vector images is that, because they are based on equations, they can be scaled indefinitely without losing quality. They are also usually  easy to edit and animate.

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