Not sure. I only mentioned the enlarging/zooming as criteria for pixelation. I don't think pixelation is what's going on here. Looks more like aliasing.Now I did create the first ring and then enlarged each copy. Would that be the culprit?
My photoshop knowledge is quite basic. In high school we were using Photoshop 6 and 7 and then CS2 when I was in college. CS2 is also the version I am using now. Ive seen the word Alias but no clue what it entails, sorry I'm still a noob after all these years.Not sure. I only mentioned the enlarging/zooming as criteria for pixelation. I don't think pixelation is what's going on here. Looks more like aliasing.
The problem is more noticeable on the elliptical rings and not as much on the circular rings. It's present on the smallest as well as the largest rings and seems to only be affecting the stroke(s). I've also seen a stroke line reflect the aliased edge of the source material. In other words, if the original ring was aliased, the stroke would reflect the same.
Again, without being able to view the PSD file layer by layer, it's hard to offer advice.
Are you certain that your Graphic Processor settings are on in preferences?
Go to PS > PREFERENCES > PERFORMANCEAs for the Graphic Processor being on, I have no clue tbh.
This would help tremendously.I could upload the psd file to dropbox if that helps?
Look under EDIT.
Yes, using the Ellipse Tool would be a start but will not solve your problem.So basically the easiest thing to do now would be to recreate the rings using the shape tool?
I don't see much else that can be done with such a small document. As I pointed out in post #12, your GPU seems to be part of your problem in rendering as well. It's not as prominent on my computer. However, I'm not the only member on this forum................we have others that may have a better solution than I have. So let this thread sit and give our other members a chance to view and work with it.So then there's basically nothing that can be done at this point unless I recreate the whole thing over.
It could help.I think what I will do now is flatten the image and take the blur tool to the edge of the rings. It'll be tedious but will at least help.