Like most Standard Windows programs, Emofuri uses a File, Edit, View type bar menu at the top of the program. I don’t wish to change my Locale, and I am sure many others do not wish to change theirs, and or do not understand Japanese anyways, so I will give you a little rundown on what Each of the menu’s at the top are.
SOME MOTHER FUCKING MACCARONI (MAKE SURE THEY’RE DRY BRO DON’T WANT NO STICKY-ICKY MAP)
AIGHT THAT SHIT DON’T LOOK LIKE NO COUNTRY I KNOW (EXCEPT MAYBE AUSTRALIA FUCK THEM THOUGH)
ORGANIZE YOUR MACCARONI! MAKE SOME FUCKING COASTLINES!
BETTER, BUT NOT FUCKING GOOD! WHATEVER, TRACE THE COASTLINE WITH YOUR PENCIL. BE SURE TO BE SLIGHTLY SQUIGGLY AND, OH, FUCK THOSE LITTLE ISLANDS YOU MADE THEY’RE NOT BIG ENOUGH TO BE WOBBLY ENOUGH SO YOU’RE BETTER OFF USING EITHER RICE (OR SIMILAR) OR JUST TRY TO MAKE SOME REALISTIC FUCKING ISLANDS (SPOILER: YOU WON’T)
GOOD ENOUGH I GUESS WHATEVER LOOK AT THAT VAGUE SORT OF ISLAND/COUNTRY/CONTINENT SHAPED PIECE OF SHIT. SEE THE ISLANDS? I FUCKING TOLD YOU SO DAWG.
NOW TAKE A SHARPIE AND MAKE EVEN SQUIGGLIER FUCKING LINES AS YOU FILL IN YOUR ISOUNINENT
LOOK AT THIS WONDERFUL PIECE OF SHIT IT TOOK ME LITERALLY TEN MINUTES TO MAKE TOPS AND NOW YOU JUST NEED TO FIGURE OUT WHERE TO PUT ALL YOUR DWARF-FUCKING ELVES AND LIZARD-PEOPLE WITH BOOBS
as a former yearbook editor and designer, let me explain this further
if youre only planning on posting your art online, them please save it as .png ;this is also better for transparencies as well
please, if youre planning of printing your art, NEVER…
I’m so tired of seeing this go around like it’s true. No.. print as PDF, NEVER AS JPEG. PNG is okay since it’s better quality, but it’s better as a PDF since that just happens to be the standard file format print places use. JPEG compresses shit to the extreme. It’s gross. Posting online with PNG is true though. I never save anything, evER, as JPEG unless I wanted the pixels to look like my computer vomited on it.
If you are saving a PDF from Photoshop using the default “High Quality Print” preset it uses JPEG compression. So basically, saving as a PDF (using the default profiles) is just saving as a jpeg, it’s just embedded inside of a document.
But that’s not a bad thing because you can get very high quality images using JPEG compression if you’re saving from Photoshop (or any other app that lets you set the quality) by setting the quality to maximum which is what the PDF preset does. The quality will be high enough to have no noticeable artifacts when printing at 300 dpi. You may notice problems if your image needs to be upscaled, but if you’re upscaling a low resolution image for print then jpeg artifacts are the least of your problems.
Basically jpeg’s not that bad! Most of the stigma surrounding it stems from not adjusting the quality settings or developers that don’t implement quality options at all (lookin’ at you mspaint)
Also this is a really specific case but when saving images for the web, if the image has low color depth and doesn’t require anti-aliased transparency I would use GIF instead of PNG because it displays more consistently in older browsers. Only pixel art really meets this criteria though.