Really? It looks SO low quality to me, but maybe that's cause I'm the one who drew it so I've seen the original Photoshop file before I exported it to a jpeg, which is always gonna look better than an exported version. Maybe the solution is trying to figure out how to maximize image quality when...
It seems to affect some images more than others. Like look at my most recent upload (Munching Megan's Muff), and look at how much blurrier and lower quality the uploaded image looks than the clearer version that you get when you click "download". Like is that normal?
Hey everyone! I'm really sorry if this is a dumb question, but I'm wondering if anyone has any tips on maintaining image quality when uploading art to FA? Ever since I first joined the site last fall I've noticed that when I upload stuff, there's often a VERY noticeable drop in image quality...
I agree, these look great! You are phenomenal at facial expressions, your characters have so much personality. I'd love to follow you, although the link to your FA account on your profile seems to be broken and I don't have Tumblr >_<
This is an awesome idea, thank you SO much for doing this! :) Is it okay if I use a character of mine that isn't my sona? Just cause I don't currently have a ref sheet for my sona, aside from a really old one that I now hate. If so, I'd love to "sacrifice" my character Brandy.
What a fascinating job! I've never made a fursuit, but I've always wondered what the similarities and differences there are (if any) between making fursuits and making mascot costumes. I look forward to your Q & A!
Hello and welcome back to the community! :) I also pretty recently came back after being active a long time ago and then leaving, although I left for different reasons than you. Best of luck with getting back into furry stuff and figuring out an aesthetic that works for you!