To maintain and improve my webtoon image quality I make sure that I don’t draw in the webtoon upload format canva size of 800px wide but instead I draw my webtoon in the canva size that’s 1600px wide.
After I have the webtoon drawer I then export/save it and I will upload onto croppy where it will resize and slice my webtoon to fit either Webtoon or Tapas upload format size.
Here is an example of my webtoon drawn on a 800px canva and the other on a 1600px canva.
With the 1600 canva I can zoom in at 78% and still work in small details with more room to zoom in without the image getting blurry.
Where as with the 800 canva I’m already at 160% zoom so I’m limited in adding small detail due to the blur that will happen with a higher zoom number.
What is the recommended DPI of a webtoon panel?
The general webtoon website upload DPI is around 72-300dpi if you are cropping your image manually within Clip Studio Paint or any other comic art app.
Since I reformat my webtoons for print I keep all of my webtoon files at 300dpi but if you just want to upload on to the web then 72dip is adequate enough for your webtoon.
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