Cartoon characters are personas from kid’s shows which are animated in moving successions that are typically drawn but can also be computer-generated and can be seen on the television, in motion pictures, the Web, and more. They can be humans, animals, inanimate objects that are brought to life, or even fictitious creatures made entirely from the artist’s imagination.
Cartoon characters are just as endearing and entertaining to grown-ups as children. Many times we can relate to them, and more often than not we simply love to laugh at all their jokes and misfortunes. Feel free to check out our page for an entire gallery of our cartoon vector designs.
Disney Character Vector
Cartoon Character Vector
Female Character Vector
Free Character Vector
Business Character Vector
Uses for Vector Graphics
- Print on paper and clothes, which can be done either by
- rasterized printing – a printing technique that converts the graphics into raster data before being sent to the printer for printing. The end product consists of only non-overlapping raster pixels.
- shape printing – another printing technique wherein the shapes are cut down from the input vector image and then used to transfer the important colors to the right place on the final product.
- Signage making – Signs come in different shapes and sized, and many of them are designed using some form of vector image.
- Embroidery – This typically requires vector input to work, and the machine needs to be steered to stitch out the relevant shapes which cannot be done using only pixel based information.
- General graphic design – Graphic design can be done in many ways with different tools, but the versatility and flexibility of vector images make them a natural canvas to use when making different forms of graphics such as logos.
- Animations – Smooth animations and creative art that you see in animated contents on the internet are done using vector images
For more samples, you may want to check out our gallery of people vectors.
Advantages of Using Vector Images
- Vectors are infinitely scalable, which means they can be scaled up or down as much as you want without losing any image quality.
- Vectors are smaller in file size and faster in processing speed. When compared to a 300 pixel 1″ × 1″ raster image, a vector file only needs four individual points.
- Vector files are not flat, and the objects are separated into different layers, which means that you can modify individual elements without affecting other objects in the image.
Male Character Vector
Hipster Character Vector
Student Character Vector
Girl Character Vector
Flat Design Character Vector
How to Use Our Vector Samples
Search for the vector sample that you wish to use (use the magnifying glass icon on the top-left corner for easier searching and navigation). Download it by clicking on the green download button below the thumbnail, and save it somewhere on your computer’s directory. Edit the vector using your photo editor of choice (we recommend using Adobe Illustrator for the highest compatibility) and make the necessary changes. Finalize your vector image and save it back to your computer. Now, you can use your vector image for whatever purpose it may be.
More Vector Samples
Keep in mind that vector images are best used for logos and illustrations. Raster pictures are the standard in digital photography and are usually utilized for all graphics once they are published digitally. Consider making a vector image library for your stored files and saving copies for raster-based work to save you time when in the middle of a project. If you are into abstract art, then check out our gallery of abstract vectors.