What's a vector?
The word vector
means a lot of things, but in this context, vectors are images created with MATH! Specifically, vector graphic
is a kind of image created from points, lines and curves, which are infinitely
resizable.How do you create vectors?
It's a fairly simple process, but it is rather hard to explain. I suggest looking at Learn-MLP-Vectors
if you want to learn how to create your own!Which program(s) do you use?
I use Adobe Illustrator to create my vectors. I have also used Inkscape in the past.AI files? Why not SVGs?
I use Adoble Illustrator, and the native format of Illustrator is AI. While SVG is the standard vector format, I believe AI files are the most convenient and useful for me to give you. Inkscape can open AI files
just as well as it opens SVGs made in Illustrator, and obviously Illustrator makes the best use of its own native format.Do you use pictures from the show (MLP:FiM) as a base for your vectors?
Yes. Everything in this gallery was created from something in MLP:FiM for use as vector resources. Some things are edited or modified quite a bit, but it pretty much all starts with a screenshot.Can I use your work for ___?
Feel free to use the work in this gallery for whatever you want.