I posted it on pixiv, but...
I would like it to be displayed with a little more subtraction, but what should I do with the original data?
Published date : 1 month ago
Updated date : 1 month ago
1 month ago"File" → "Unify and export images" → JPEG or PNG will bring up a dialog like the image below, so in "Output size" select "Scaling ratio from original data" or "Specify output size" ” and write it out with a smaller value than the original value
Also, you said that the size is too big, but I think that a maximum of 2000px on the long side is enough for illustrations posted on websites. If it's over 5000px, it might be too big...
1 month agoWhen exporting, have you checked the 100% display by executing "Preview rendering results when outputting"?
Considering the display size to be displayed, the width of a general full HD display is 1980px, and the width of a smartphone is about 800 to 1200px (vertical display state), so anything wider than that will be displayed at 100%. A horizontal scroll bar will appear when you press it.
As for the images to be shown on the display, I think it would be good to have a size that does not cause the horizontal scroll bar to appear even when the image is displayed at 100%.
It's a matter of personal preference, but in the case of pixiv, there are things that you can't see the details unless you press the "+" to display the work in full size, or if you don't know the details, you can press the "+" and the original size will be very large. I feel that it is "difficult to see" when only a part of it is in a close-up state and the whole is not clear.
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