herespraveen

This might sound like a stupid question but I can see transparent pixels when I'm zooming out an image. But when I zoom in I can't see them. Here's what I do. First I draw the outline in one layer and on the layer below I start colouring. I try to fill all the parts. And here's what happens when I zoom out. The zoomed in picture is shown below. Can anyone tell me if I'm doing something wrong.
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Shiu

It's often far easier to see these transparency problems if you set a background color instead of the checkers. As to what's going on there I have no idea, never seen it here.
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herespraveen

Shiu писал(а):It's often far easier to see these transparency problems if you set a background color instead of the checkers. As to what's going on there I have no idea, never seen it here.
The transparent pixels are visible only when I use the checkers. It's not an issue so far. Whenever I finish the colouring an just zoom out I'm like "Aww man! I missed some spots". Then I zoom in and BOOM they are gone. It just bugs me. :bang:
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BlackCapApps

Your fill color is to close to the outside border of the lineart.

The way Photoshop render a stack of layer and an actual merged image is different.

The zoom and filtering cause artifacts because it is rendering different pixels from different layers but when you export it (or merge) the final image is not made of two diferrent things and you get the right result.

Well I don't think you want to know about the math stuff behind this so in short, will work when you export it or reduce your fill layer.
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