the new place i work has 2 dogs!!!!!!!!!!!!
Well it’s not just the dpi that matters! You could have a 200 dpi image that’s only 400 x 400 pixels, and you’re still going to get some pretty shitty artifacting from your strokes. :)
I work at 8.5 x 11”, 300 dpi at the least, but most of my finished pieces are 11 x 17” and up. This is some of my lineart at 100%, par exemple:
high resolution is a must, even if you’re just downsizing it and posting it online- it allows you a sharpness and level of control that you can’t get at basic screen resolution. You can get away with 150-200 dpi, I’m sure, but I wholly suggest upgrading to 300 and up!
It’s also awesome if you ever need to resize your work for promotional purposes- if you’re working in the 300+ dpi range, you have a lot more leeway for what’s going to look good on a giant banner. :D
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"Ask not the sparrow how the eagle soars."
Thanks to everyone who has expressed interest and has waited patiently because it’s finally up!
Things available for purchase include buttons, t-shirts, comics, and assorted prints. Unfortunately this will only be open until the end of this summer because come fall I will be moving away for college (and leaving all my things behind…!!). I don’t know when I will next be able to open shop after that.
As bonus, with each purchase you get a free doodle! Just tell me what you want me to draw in the notes prior to checkout—or don’t, and let me surprise you :0
Update: I’ll be closing my storenvy in about a month because of school. If you want to buy something please make sure to order soon!