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A bit of investigation of the Instagram feed shows a few other images that are clearly TVPaint. You can see the same panel at the top left of this screenshot: http://www.tvpaint.com/


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Lets keep things simple by thinking about a monochrome image. To represent out image we cut it up into a grid of pixels and record a number representing the light intensity at each pixel. For simplicity lets assume that the value linearly represents the ammount of light (reality is a little more complicated than that, but it's close enough for now). ...


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A pixel is a point sample. A point sample has no size (read a pixel is not a sqare3). The pitch between samples on a digital display device unspecified. When you make a image 800 pixels wide you get a randomly large image. The technical reason is that: Images degrade on anything but 1 pixel = 1 pixel ratio. Beyond this the operating system does not even ...


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A pixel is not a fixed size. 800 pixels on one monitor will be a completely different size to 800 pixels on another monitor. There is no way around that, it's just how screens work. If you really need to see things at close to actual size (assuming you're working in physical units) you could do some calculation and view your image at the correct size, but ...


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Are these objects created in Ill. or imported? make sure stroke is off, and try to create new objects with Align to pixel Grid checked in the Transform Panel.



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