To all my new followers:
There’s quite a lot of you!
I… have been playing a whole lot of AC4 lately. It’s a problem.
I keep accidentally reblogging random things to this blog instead of my other ones so if that ever happens it was an accident SORRY
There is a glaring difference in quality, yes; Googling will bring up some examples. I hear most printers require 300+ dpi since lower res comes out looking blurred and pixelated. (Thanks, I still might try to trace it over at high res someday xD;)
Oh, alright! Thanks for telling me! I might try drawing more of my pieces in higher dpi from now on, then.
ahaha I always work at 300 just in case I ever want a high res version, but once I accidentally had it set to 72 and only found out right after finishing and it’s one of my pictures that I’ve been told would work best as a print OTL I still cringe.
Yea sometimes I wonder if I should do that… is there a glaring difference in quality between prints set at 72dpi versus ones at 300dpi, do you know?
And aww, I’m sorry to hear that:(
the resolution I think, DPI? (…and, according to wikipedia, I should actually start saying PPI since pixels are different from dots? unsure whether to actually do this since everyone else says dpi ahaha)
Ohh, ok, thanks! (Honestly, I’m completely confused by DPI/PPI and how it actually works so I just call it DPI, haha.)
I usually use the base DPI in SAI, 72. I heard 300dpi is the best resolution for printing pieces, though? I just use 72 since it seems to work fine and I don’t need to make any art prints anyway.
Um… I’m sorry, but I don’t quite understand what you mean by “pixel density”?