When I use Adobe Fresco for iPad and enter certain canvas sizes and ppi settings I'm met with limitations. For example, if I'm working on a piece that will be printed at 32' x 24' at set the ppi to 300 or more it won't allow me to go over let's say 250ppi. I'm aiming to ensure that my print won't appear pixelated or low in quality once their place on posters or other mediums, since I'm using a combination of vector and pixel brushes and in some cases all pixel brushes. I noticed this isn't a problem with Photoshop, I opened a canvas with the dimensions 32' x 24' at 10000ppi with no issue, but when it comes to watercolor brushes, oil brushes, dry media etc. I use Fresco more. I appreciate your time, looking forward to a reply.
According to another post with a similar question file size is limited based on devices.
I haven't been able to find any documentation which outlines the limitations per devices though.
The traditional way of designing for large billboard-sized applications would be to create the artwork at a smaller size, like 1:4, to make the file size manageable - then scale up during the print ourput process. Do you really want 300ppi at 32 *feet*? That is way overkill unless you're planning a gigapixel application or something...
Exactly. I'll do somethin with a higher DPI, but a smaller size, but then when adjusting the DPI for print, it'll make the size larger (i.e. working on an image 9x12 at 600 DPI, but changing it to 300 DPI, and 18x 24
I appreciate the clarification everyone, I've been doing some research online and you all just demystified some key points.