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Zetr0 09 April 2007 20:58

What tools to use?
 
Hi guys :)

I figure it would be cool if we shared ideas on what tools we all use.

I personally use a combination of MSPaint and Paint Shop Pro 7.

It doesn`t have a lot of effects compaired to say photo-shop XI but its pretty nippy to use :D!!!

so what do you guys use?

BippyM 09 April 2007 21:30

Paintshop Pro 9 cs2 for me

Zetr0 09 April 2007 21:43

seee i'm retr0 and oLd Skool! wiv me PSP7 :D and MSPaint!

Ironclaw 09 April 2007 21:47

I use Paintshop Pro 7, mspaint and sometimes Flash MX.. and have done so for many years..... don't need anything else.... it's all good for me....


All my programs are old versions..... cause, why update when I don't need to? :).....

TheBoss 10 April 2007 09:04

Currently im using Paintshop Pro 9 CS2 for graphic related work.

DDNI 10 April 2007 15:11

paint.net is verrry nice!

DamienD 11 April 2007 15:47

Photoshop for me as well :)

turrican3 11 April 2007 17:26

amiga: ppaint
pc: paint.net

Predabot 03 February 2009 21:58

Well, I use Paint Shop Pro 8-9. ( seriously guys, the real-paint tools are really handy in the last two releases before PSP got smacked to pieces. You should check them out.)

Photoshop CS2, thinking of changing to CS4 tho, since it uses 64-bit support a 1000% better.

Zbrush 2, probably gonna' move to 3 in due time. I use it mainly for a bit of spiffy effects and textures.

And then there's of course Illustrator who I've been using quite a bit for texting, logos and speech bubbles. Really good for design really.

Used to use Flash MX as well, but I've left that behind me, since I'm not into online content anymore.

Oh, and I can definitely recommend a Wacom touch-pad of some kind. They're golden really, if you are going to do graphical work anywhere near professional level.

EDIT: Oops. I forgot to mention that I have recently started using Painter X as well. It's a great program, with lots of real-art simulation possibilities, but it's still got a ways to go when it comes to challenging Photoshop.

r0jaws 03 February 2009 23:22

The Gimp! Poor mans photoshop :)

Predabot 03 February 2009 23:52

Heh heh. More like poor LEGAL mans Photoshop. Ehehehehe. :P


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