A convex mirror, simply put, a curved mirror, is a mirror in which the reflective surface bulges toward the light source. The surface of a curved mirror can be convex, which means bulging outward, or concave, bulging inward. As shown in the Convex Comparison Diagram, the images produced by both the mirrors are always virtual and located behind the mirror. When the object is far away from the mirror, the image is upright and located at the focal point. As the object approaches the mirror, the image also approaches it and grows until its height equals that of the object. You can use EdrawMax Online to create Convex Comparison Diagrams for your academics usage.