A vector is a image format that has no dimensions and instead can be scaled to any size. Multiple usage and reusage is still subject to the permissions the artist places on the work. Vectors are useful for animation and graphics purposes for this reason, not just because they appear on alpha.
ASTROtheHFeatured By OwnerAug 22, 2012Hobbyist Digital Artist
well i dont really know what u just explained what a vector is.. this is what i think: a vector is meant for ppl to use if not whats the point of a vector? and if it is meant for use whats the point of asking for perms? i know that u have to credit the vector artist but i dnt really understand the point of asking for using a vector.
No, that's not what a vector is. [link] Vectors are a way an image is designed. They're very useful for anything digital as they can be modified and skewed without distortion. Reuse of them is completely irrelevant, most artists just make theirs available for public use which is where your misconception comes from.