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ENZO FERRARI BY webblaster48 by ragingpixels ENZO FERRARI BY webblaster48 by ragingpixels
model made and submitted by ~webblaster48:iconwebblaster48:, so go to his page to comment and what not. i just made this to show him that you get almost the same quality with a jpg but with much smaller file size than his large png files.
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Exotic-Lover1 Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2008
Looks like it based from a scale model.
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Burger92 Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2008
imo słabe :D
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lietuvis2008 Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
well i i am not chasing for quality here, may be for the prints in portfolio, but here i am jus showing people what i am capable off :)
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ragingpixels Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2008   Digital Artist
yeah same, but even if it its for a pirnt account, you can always upload a png as the source and a smaller jpg as the preview., well i dont know about now, but you used to be able to.
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nlck09 Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2008
JPG is just a lossy image format. Wikipedia: [link]

If done right you do get the same quality but most of the time you lose quality.
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ragingpixels Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2008   Digital Artist
well yeah, thats why its called lossy, you lose..hehe, but usually it looks pretty close to the same as the original bitmap or raw uncompressed image file, with photoshop's jpg algorithm set to 12, you lose like 2% of the original image's quality but without the huge file size.
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nlck09 Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2008
It also depends if you use a different program like gimp. When ever I'm in a 1-foot distance to the monitor I can see artifacts in your avatar which is in the format jpg.

When I see the above image, its about the same in quality because you downgraded the compression of the jpg.
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ragingpixels Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2008   Digital Artist
ok, good point, either way, they print the same. unless its a really low compression jpeg.
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nlck09 Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2008
I agree with ya on that.
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