The Stock/Render Paradigm.
As of lately,people seem to be blindly requesting stuff.
They see a Shop, and they start shaking out of joy.
But...they are all...doing it wrong.
Here are 2 examples,from my own Shop/Charity Service.()
I clearly state in the rules only renders will be used.
Originally Posted by JTjutsumaster
Originally Posted by Zuri
Now,ask yourselves,what is wrong with those requests,go on...don`t be shy.
*okward Silence*You! Did you say the images?
Well you are right,these are not renders.
Here is an example of a perfect request :
Originally Posted by Escorpiius
Both images provided are renders.
Both are High Quality.
And both can be used in Simplistic pop outs,like the Village Signatures.
For those that still did not get it :
A stock is : An image,that has a background to it,where the Character is not cut off and ready to be worked with.
Most stocks are Jpeg,but beware,there may be some stocks that are PNG.
A render is : An image,without a background,absolutely nothing,just the character,nothing else,nothing more.
A render can only be of a PNG format,GIF also supports transparency,but that is a whole different story.
I am sure still most of you didn't get this.
A nice way to test out if a PNG image is a render,is to copy the image from the Internet,and paste it in paint,if the background turns black,it is a Render,if it remains white,it is a Stock.