This controls the number of pixels that Waterlogue uses internally when making your watercolor. The higher the number of pixels, the more fine detail is captured in the final result (and the longer it takes to render). Picking a level of detail is one of the artistic choices you make when creating an image.
Articles in this section
- Can I pause Waterlogue while it's painting?
- What does the ruler with “Small, Medium, Large, Giant” settings control?
- How is this different from the “Small, Medium, Large, Original” control in the Image Settings part of the export sheet?
- I don’t see a “Giant” or “Large” setting on my device.
- Why are there white spots and unpainted areas in my paintings?
- Waterlogue works beautifully with landscapes and non-human subjects, but it doesn't always do as well with faces.
- How do I remove the grid lines on the “It’s Technical” style?
- How do I save images?
- How do I delete images?
- Are there any tutorials?