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Since our current game will be starting on sprites soon, I needed people's help on this matter.
As of right now, our background artist has created 4 out of 20 of the BGs for the game. They are using 1920x1080 resolution, as I have read for BGs the resolution is the biggest concern, with many of the opinion that resolution was more important than dpi. 1920x1080 resolution wasn't a problem for my background artist, and we're using that, plus 300 dpi 'just in case.'
Here's the real question: Is there a size/resolution/dpi that would be best for sprites? (Keep in mind these will be thigh-up shots, if that makes a difference.)
Thanks in advance!
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DPI (dots per inch) is important if you're giving the size in inches, centimeter or any other unit OR you want to print the image (for print you'll need higher resolutions and specify the size of the image in something other than pixel)
screen resolution is 72 dpi so I suggest keeping it that way for images that are used inside the game though computers will ignore it and use the pixel size for showing the image.
I just didn't know if there was a simple answer to this as "no worries, Ren'py automatically downsizes for you" or "no, you should probably size your sprites at _____ for best optimization with the program" -- things like that.
Still, I appreciate all of your help with this!
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