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GASR Moderator Applications are OPEN
June 12, 2017 #update

Yes, it's that time again; we are in dire need of more volunteers to help moderate our forum and ensure that all members behave according to our forum rules. Click here to apply!

AP GUIDELINES REFRESHER & RULE CHANGE
June 10, 2017 #announcement

Due to the recent influx of users violating the AP guidelines set by Forumotion that we are required to enforce, we've decided that a little refresher on that section of the rule book was needed. Click here for further information.

Beta Testers Needed
June 4, 2017 #important

We need beta testers for the new forum! Click here for further information.

GASR LGBTQ+ EVENT
June 3, 2017 #event

LGBTQ Pride is one of the largest events today that is celebrated among many major cities across the nation. To celebrate, we’ve organized a contest with our lovely mascot, Blob! Click here to join!

GASR LGBTQ+ PRIDE MONTH
June 1, 2017 #event

It's that time of the year again, in which all the GASR community comes together to celebrate love and equality, promoting a safe space for people of all orientations. In June 2016 we had a LGBTQ+ Pride week and we had an incredible amount of people participating so this year we decided to make it a whole month! Click here to participate!

New Update on Forum Migration
May 23, 2017 #update

Alright guys, it's been a few weeks and we're here with another update on the progress of moving the forum. Click here to read the full report.

Artist of the Moment

PixyPersephone

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Hi there ! ~ I'm Irma but if you wish you can call me PixyP ~ I started here in gasr thanks to a friend that invited me to the forum years ago ~ it started like a hobby since the art is one of my passions ~ but many artists here inspired me to improve, so ~ i really like to look back and see how much i have improved here in the gasr community ♡ ! i wish to continue improving in this passion.. so, i'll stay around here making more art for you n.n !

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Poll
Do you think GASR should move to its own private server?
Yes
46%
 46% [ 368 ]
No
12%
 12% [ 92 ]
Not Now
4%
 4% [ 32 ]
Not Sure
17%
 17% [ 139 ]
Don't Care if We Stay or Go
21%
 21% [ 169 ]
Total Votes : 800

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Our users have posted a total of 227506 messages in 3823 subjects

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Fri 11 Mar 2016 - 20:15
I need help knowing how to resize my dps to the 160x220 size but still keep the image quality good. I always rescale my dps but the image quality ends up sucking. HELP ME PLEASE!
Tue 15 Mar 2016 - 14:20
There's really not a whole lot you can do to keep the image quality once you size down an image.  The smaller you scale it, the more the program has to squish the pixels together.

Some things I can suggest are:

1) Adjust your resolution when you first open your canvas.  For example, when you create a new canvas in photoshop, the default resolution is 72 pixels/inch.  I usually up this to 200-300.  There's no right or wrong amount, but the smaller the number, the lower the resolution, the higher the number, the bigger the file size.  You should try to meet yourself in the middle.  I'm sure every program has a similar feature.



2) Don't work on an extremely large canvas for an image you know you're going to be scaling down to DP size later.  Working on bigger canvases can help with the smaller details, but if you're working on a canvas that's 1920x1080 and you scale it down to 160x220 with respective cropping, 60% of your details are going to disappear or be hardly noticeable.  

3) Avoid uploading your finished images on websites that automatically convert your image to a .jpg.  (Like tinypic and imageshack.)  Saving as a .png will help keep as much resolution as possible considering you already sizing down the image, but that quality will be ruined if you don't pay attention to your image host.  Converting to .jpg will blur the images.  The amount it does depends on how much compression the image host applies.

Left - Photobucket | Right - Tinypic


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Tue 15 Mar 2016 - 22:49
THANK YOU!
Thu 17 Mar 2016 - 0:01
No problem!


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