Suppose I have created a vertical stroke of width 7 px.
Now I need it's width a little more than 7 px, to match the width of a font's letter's width. (I could do it by changing the offset of font after creating outlines, from it, but I'm not doing it because it somewhat destroys the beauty of font). I made the width from 7 px to 7.1 px and it almost matches with font (I noticed this by zooming in artwork).
Now I expand the stroke. The art board size is 1024x768 px. I saved my design and exported it.
(For privacy, I can't show the image here, but I think description should help you understand my question.)
The image looks great but I have 2 queries about quality of design that might have been affected:
- Whould my image be more better and crisp had I used a EVEN stroke width (8 px) and changed it to 8.1 px? Does even and odd make any difference?
- Is there any actual meaning of 0.1 px in illustrator? How is this 0.1 px is rendered in final PNG image? Or it is ignored?
PS: I didn't see any noticeable difference when I tried above t