FAQs series.

There are two main kinds of image types: raster images and vectors. Raster images are the typical images made up of pixels that we all are familiar with.

But what is a vector and why would we want to use it? I'll do my best to explain it in this post. If you have any questions after reading, feel free to get in touch!

Normally, the photographs we take and the images that we see online are raster images: they are formed by many small squares -pixels-, each containing a specific color. When a lot of them are arranged together, they form an image.

Vectors, on the other hand, aren't made of pixels. They are made of mathematical equations.

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I'm Cristina, a scientific illustrator and 3D artist based in Alicante, Spain.

I have scientific training as a biotechnologist, which I combine with my education and experience as a medical illustrator and 3D artist to create beautiful images to communicate your message. 


My goal is to make your project stand out with great design and eye-catching images, and to make your message easy to understand.

If you have a question or an idea for a project, feel free to contact me!

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