We consider the consistent digital rays (CDR) of curved rays, which approximates a set of curved rays emanating from the origin by the set of rooted paths (called digital rays) of a spanning tree of a grid graph. Previously, a construction algorithm of CDR for diffused families of curved rays to attain an O(√{n log n}) bound for the distance between digital ray and the corresponding ray is known [Chun et al., 2019]. In this paper, we give a description of the problem as a rounding problem of the vector field generated from the ray family, and investigate the relation of the quality of CDR and the discrepancy of the range space generated from gradient curves of rays. Consequently, we show the existence of a CDR with an O(log ^{1.5} n) distance bound for any diffused family of curved rays.