Vectoraster is a graphics utility for creating vector raster patterns and halftones based on images or gradients.
Hatch patterns and dot shapes can be changed and varied over the pattern to produce many different styles. The resulting raster always displayed and updated in real time as it changes parameters. The result can be easily exported as vectors to EPS or PDF files, such as images to JPEG, PNG or TIFF, or just copy and paste into most graphics software.
Many types of forms of different points, including circles, polygons, font characters and images or custom forms of imported vectors.
Detailed control of how you want the dot shape, and color transformation on the raster vary.
Base how the halftone dots vary in the source images, gradients defining live Vectoraster or a combination.
Advanced mode frame line with variable width lines instead of points.
Many different frame patterns with detailed control over how points are placed.
Turn and easily move the raster pattern and add multiple distortions as randomness, waves and twists.
Vary the strength of distortions frame using source images and gradients.
Copy the output of the frame and paste it directly into most vector graphics programs.
Export files to EPS and PDF output vector and JPEG, PNG and TIFF for bitmap.
Export data points (location and size) to a CSV file for most CAD or other processing.
New to Vectoraster 7
Parametric gradual sources. Besides using imported as sources for raster images, you can now define linear and radial gradients which can be adjusted in Vectoraster.
More dynamic properties chances of having different specific aspects such as shape, size and color, which vary greatly Raster increased.
New interface redesigned to be more consistent, efficient and responsive.
Improving stroke and fill properties. Separate settings for improved filling parameters and point point that can be used individually or together.
Flexible distortion plot. Now you can combine multiple distortions with raster pattern (as waves, twists or randomizations), each with a better individual control over the position and scale.