in Science & Nature Love It Ledante's resolution for 2020 by Alex Ledante January 2, 2020, 1:19 am 13 Votes 22 Comments Share Tweet Pin My new year’s resolution for 2020 is the same as every year… 300dpi #1 get it? well that's my print resolution. the work you see here is 800x600 and we don't care about the dpi Share Share on PinterestShare on FacebookShare on Twitter MoreReport Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport What do you think? 13 Points Upvote Downvote Browse and manage your votes from your Member Profile Page Share Tweet Pin Written by Alex Ledante facebook pinterest twitter 22 Comments Leave a Reply Not sure how I missed this amazing piece. Happy New Year! 1 Log in to Reply gong xi fa cai to you as well Log in to Reply Such a great image. Impressive. Happy new year 1 Log in to Reply and a happy new year to you Log in to Reply That is an awesome creation. 1 Log in to Reply it is more of a dad joke… 1 Log in to Reply Great picture, dear Alex 1 Log in to Reply glad to hear you like her, she is very popular with the students Log in to Reply I would also study with such a lecturer, my friend 1 Log in to Reply she’s my TA. she’s very popular Log in to Reply my goal for 2020 is a year of 50 lumens or less!!!! 1 Log in to Reply I wish you lots of success 1 Log in to Reply no no no no wishing make it real 🙂 you have the power! 1 Log in to Reply the power, but not the inclination. remember, I live in the darkside 1 Log in to Reply well you had me going for a second. 1 Wow… 300 dpi? I’m sure I worked with the resolution but then … I don’t know what it really means other than I need that for printing!! LOL Love your pun!! 1 Log in to Reply DPI means nothing outside of a print context 1 Log in to Reply I had a feeling you are up to something! ? I can’t believe it’s already been a year since the last time you posted this! 1 Log in to Reply the last time I posted it was two years ago, actually… 1 Log in to Reply Time sure flies so fast! 1 Log in to Reply it really does. where does it all go? 1 Log in to Reply That’s a very good question! I hate to think it’s wasted. 1 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.