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Old 09-19-2008, 12:25 AM   #8
Boots R
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Originally Posted by 405Style View Post
most people, just size their sigs in photoshop. Btw, try using 300 dpi for your sig, i am getting this hunch you are designing in 72.

Even though they say the web is 72 dpi, 150 for example makes a huge difference, because all modern computers, phones, etc can easily display it. 300, which is for press quality, works even better. You can go higher, just remember to downsample before saving, and always save for web, even at 100% quality , the compression skrinks the file size quite nicely.

I usually work in 1000 dpi in photoshop and downsample as needed from there, bicubic sharper. This current sig was made @ 150.
His sig looks higher resolution than yours.
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