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How to make solid design

How to make solid design

(OP)
Hello,

I'm new here on creating logo/graphic design may I ask why my logo is not solid
but when i try to zoom it looks solid please check image below.

Thanks!
100%



200% zoom

RE: How to make solid design

(OP)
both?

RE: How to make solid design

Yes both look solid on this website and when viewed directly in a browser.
Where does it appear non solid?

Keith
www.studiosoft.co.uk

RE: How to make solid design

You are observing a resolution sampling problem with your display or your software.

You should post complete screen shots showing the images in context with whatever applications are displaying them.

Are you seeing this problem in Photoshop or in a web browser?

RE: How to make solid design

I think it also depends on the size.... if you make it larger, it looks stretched....

RE: How to make solid design

Actually, the 100% version looks jaggy to me. Especially the diagonals. The 200% version is very smooth.

I'm using FireFox on a laptop, but viewed on a fairly large display (24"?).

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