Great Vector! The shading on the car is terrific...
I do vectors too... I do mine in Paint Shop Pro... So maybe they are vexels? I don't know... I make original characters and objects for PSPr's to make signature tags and things like that... Would love to have you visit and comment on them.
vectorart is if u take a picture of something and... well... just take some colores and try to "re-draw" the pic. u know... you try to make your picture as real-looking as possible. (but there are also vectors just in black and white- so than its not meant to look very real...)
I love them, I want to be a car designer, next year I'm going to college to start studying to become, and this is one of my favorite cars! Wonderful design schema, incorporating the industrial feel of the cars production, with the fun colors of a sports car, Magnifico
a true vector is a line. whenever you resize that line, the ENTIRE line is redrawn so there is no quality loss. You can resize a true vector image to any infinite size and there will be no quality loss. You need to use a vector program like Illustrator to achieve this.
Although photoshop has capable vector tools now, it is still a raster program. Meaning everything is changed into pixels on planes (geometry term) and will not resize the same. Since it is not a true vector and but is still in the style of vector art, then you have a vexel image. check out vexelove , there is nothing WRONG with vexel's, its just important to know the difference if you plan to be making them