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  1. I understand the data would be lost; I was curious if there was some way to overlay the two images without adding one to the other, which would thus avoid these issues. I will try what you have suggested. Thank you for the advice.
  2. Hey everyone, I'm using Paint.net to do some pixel art; what I tend to do is that I scan an image, scale it down to be used as a rough guide and then go from there. I drew something larger than usual and scanned it; the (1600+^2)-pixel linework predictably became indecipherable when I scaled it down to 84x84. However, making this preliminary linework I was curious if there was any way to overaly a higher-resolution image over a much smaller image and scaling it down to size without resampling. This would be used on its own layer, purely to be used as a visual reference. If this is not possible, I was curious as to what the easiest way to work with a scaled-up grid over another image would be; I would then scale down the grid to the desired size (that is, with every grid cell being a single pixel). Thanks for reading and thank you for any suggestions you may have.