It's my first time working with printed wallpaper and my client wants several watercolor-style illustrations (I add 2 examples of the style they want) for walls of 490cms x 260cms (divided into 7 rolls) that they want to print them at 300dpi, so they prefer vector graphics they can scale without problems. What's the best way to work this out?
I've only worked with large graphics in which 100dpi/150dpi it's enough because you'll see them at a fair amount of distance, so creating something this big at this resolution is a bit confusing. Do they really need the 300dpi?
I mean, it makes more sense to work the watercolor style in Photoshop but I won't get far in terms of size/resolution and vectorizing the watercolor art on Illustrator although possible, doesn't offer the same visual quality, especially considering that you will be able to see all its details if you stand next to it.
Thanks in advance.