FAQ

What is a vector image?

Vector images use a set of geormetrical primitives such as points, curves, lines, shapes or polygon(s) which are all based on mathematical equations which represent images in computer graphics.

Why use a vector image?

To put it simple, vector images do not lose any resolution quality when blown up or shrunk as they are not created with pixels, but with shapes and lines.

Am I able to re-sell downloaded images?

Images downloaded from VectorScout.com are not to be re-sold or distributed in any way. They can only be used for design elements.