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Sun Dec 18, 2016 9:18 pm
Hello, I'm fairly new to DPs as i've only just opened my shop. I was wondering what the best canvas size to work on is? as in, I've never really given it much thought before until now. What's the correct canvas size to work on for DPs? I personally work best on a large canvas, usually arouns 1600x1600 but converting that to 160x220 is obviously overly compressed. I'm sorry if this is a noob question, I would just like to know so I can make better DPs for my shop. TY!
Sun Dec 18, 2016 11:24 pm
Hey there danniii hee

Okay so, for DPs its fairly simple. The original DP size is 160x220. If you work on a bigger canvas try going

160 x 7 = 1120
220 x 7 = 1540


And then you can change the resolution size to 160x220 without overly compressing the quality. You may have to sharpen it a little or add some things to make it appear better. But if you want to work on a bigger canvas just go 160x220 x 2, 160x220 x3, etc. etc. I personally work on a 320x440 canvas and it's easier to work with DPs that way.
Sun Dec 18, 2016 11:41 pm
@Angel Hi hi!~

aaaah, it seems so simple now! Ah thank you so much for your reply 
Sun Dec 18, 2016 11:46 pm
Dannikins wrote:
@Angel Hi hi!~

aaaah, it seems so simple now! Ah thank you so much for your reply 

Glad I could help! If there is anything else you were curious about feel free to let me know
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