Hi! I'm quite new to gamemaker and still learning my way around. I'm eventually looking forward to making a game, with my partner drawing the artwork. She'll be drawing digital art on the iPad Pro using Procreate (she's open to other software). All of it will be bitmap/raster graphics (as opposed to Vector). We feel this will suit the style and skillset we have. I was planning to make the game at 1080p, though allow this to be changed up or down depending on how practical this would be to implement. I'll also mention that the animation involved will only be small (think Final Fantasy Tactics or Disgaea style idle, walking, and attack animation, minus the fancy ones). I've seen a lot of people saying this might not be practical given that graphics stretch and pixel/vector are the way to go. My question is: will it be possible to have this look good without hogging a shed load of memory? If so what sizes would you say we draw the assets.... would we go quite large so they do not need to be stretched or would this take up too much resource in game? Or attempt to draw them as close to how they would look at 1080p? We're happy to mess around once I'm deeper in the programme but we will be making a lot of art and I don't want her to have to redraw tons of it due to sizing errors. Thanks for any help!