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    Size and Dimesions

    Evening All.

    I was just curious and wanted to know what size and resoloution do you all work with or does it vary for each piece that you do?

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    It varies for me, it mostly depends on what the output is gonna be, for some info on all types of sizes, paper and whatnot, i did some extensive research on the matter, perhaps it will help you, you can find it here http://www2.ambientdesign.com/forums...ad.php?t=20802
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    Almost everything I have done so far has been with the paper and resolution that is preset. I even kept the preset resolution with my large one I am doing.
    I did just come from a site this morning where they were painting 5 X 4 with 300 dpi which is supposed to be magazine quality.
    I guess you just have to try and see what works.

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    I normally use the default size / resolution. I do change the dimensions a bit for printing, but unfortunately I don't print much so I can't really remember what I change them to... :x
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