Here are some samples of my pure vector artwork. I have most of these samples saved in .ai, .pdf, and can easily export them to .SVG and .EPS. However, due to me being on WordPress’ free plan right now and it not letting me upload in the vector format, PDF is the best (albeit largest in terms of size) file format you can check out. In terms of embedded images, they are all bitmap (exported from vector or Illustrator) in EPS or JPEG, but again if you request I can provide files in pure vector format as well.
Download the SVG sample from above here. Below is the pdf file, which should be great for print:
Below is design of a face in abstract form I mostly did with the pen tool and dragging anchor points, but it started out as a still image of a face design I saw on the streets of Warsaw in a monument. You may notice I have many variations of the face and have done a lot of interesting things with it thorough my work here on this site using both bitmap and vector ideas. I actually sketched it into Illustrator thus turning it into a vector than worked from there.
PDF Image File of the graphic above in the feature image.
Another variation (PDF) <—- This version may be better because the eyes look more natural as I originally used just black brush and tried to clean it up by going with pen tool for initial image above, but it was a bit too late by that point.
Here is another variation of the vector work saved as PNG:
Here is a further variation where I used an artboard to combine entire works as layers with image trace to make raster stuff vector as well. The PDF file is obviously better quality as the PNG was saved as 72ppi to avoid me bulking up WordPress with large file sizes.
Here is a variation with some color and gradient overlay work (pdf file below). I also played with various opacity settings and trace/expand options:
Below is what I am working on next in terms of using the pen tools and adding some color to the face. This is a work-in-progress PDF file of the next design:
Here is another graphic done entirely in Illustrstor as vector in PNG file format:
The image below is actually bitmap or raster overall, although it has some vector co ponents. It was mostly done in Photoshop using the PSD file format and using a photograph as backdrop combined with a couple iPad apps alongside Photoshop. However, I wanted to include it here because I have high resolution saves (including PDF below) that should make it stand out in terms of print quality and scalability.
Sample (as PDF) < — A bit different than the design above.