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    The linked forum post by the author of ‘Return of the Obra Dinn’ is also very interesting.

    https://forums.tigsource.com/index.php?topic=40832.msg1363742#msg1363742

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      When I played Obra Din (the inspiration for this piece) the first thing I noticed was the stable dithering. It was a little piece of magic that made it very clear that the author /really/ cared about the quality of the work.

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        Always liked Atkinson’s. Not entirely accurate because (as TFA points out) it doesn’t propagate the entire error, but it yields pleasantly “contrasty” results.

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          Yes, Atkinson’s is the finest dither.

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          Good time to read this article, as I’m getting into laser engraving and it seems like this is exactly what they use for shading as well.