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  1. Steffi1690 Moderator 1wk 3d ago

    http://i.imgur.com/dkzmihk.jpg

  2. Steffi1690 Moderator 11wk 6d ago

    http://i.imgur.com/xzU13lf.jpg

  3. Steffi1690 Moderator 27wk 4d ago

    http://i.imgur.com/27XbOxP.jpg

  4. shirayuki-san 32wk 5d ago

    http://s24.postimg.org/z5pv5hdo5/thx_fav_v1.png

  5. Steffi1690 Moderator 38wk 3d ago

    http://i722.photobucket.com/albums/ww228/Tanuki25/02837_zpst2lbupbi.jpg

  6. Korra 49wk 5d ago

    Oh, be more careful. It will be so sad to lose a miter like you .

  7. MisaSasekage Moderator 49wk 5d ago

    Second Warning for uploading low quality scans.

    Please double check your scan quality before you upload any scans or official art.

  8. Korra 49wk 5d ago

    Quote by cleaetpauline60

    Quote by Korra Yeah, ok .


    Thanks you!


    It's ok ^^' in my case!

  9. Korra 49wk 5d ago

    Yeah, ok .

  10. Steffi1690 Moderator May 18, 2017

    Please go through the gallery when you post something.

  11. MisaSasekage Moderator May 12, 2017

    Please use the post below as a guideline to help you be able to spot quality issues & should make uploading art here easier for you:

    Quote by pandemonium91

    Jagged outlines refers to images that have either been resized or rotated improperly. Basically, outlines should be smooth, not choppy. Here's a visual example:

    http://i.imgur.com/bGUnvJ2.jpg

    Jagged outlines can also appear when art is extracted improperly, like with the Magic Wand Tool in Photoshop. The tool selects one color mostly, but it will usually also grab colors in that selected color's range (for example, if you have an image where a pink and a red area are right next to each other, selecting the red area can also select part of the pink one). Below, I extracted a character from an official artwork, then pasted her on another background:

    http://i.imgur.com/fClJJto.jpg

    And to clarify what JPEG artifacts mean, another visual example:

    http://i.imgur.com/SlZroax.jpg

    If you look around the outlines, especially on the dark purple hair, you will notice some fuzziness. That's not supposed to be there.

    Saving images at a high quality is a must, since some colors (red, especially) are sensitive to drops in quality. Saving a mostly red image at 7 quality instead of 10, 11, or 12 will give you an image full of artifacts, like below:

    http://i.imgur.com/eT56lEa.jpg

  12. Korra May 07, 2017

    Quote by cleaetpauline60

    Quote by Korra Ne t'inquiète pas ❕


    Oh okay ! ^^ Do you speak French ? (゜ロ゜)

    No , but I can say a few phrases when it should.

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