Your favorite art software?

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Re: Your favorite art software?

Post by Juneberry » 7 months ago

I don't remember signatures myself, but it sure sounds like you did some awesome things! :D
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Post by Megan » 7 months ago

Well I used to make them too. People often used em on forums for their signature.

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Post by Juneberry » 7 months ago

Those are really nice o3o
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Post by Megan » 7 months ago

Juneberry wrote:
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Those are really nice o3o
I never made em much myself. Usually made stuff like avatars.
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Post by James » 6 months ago

Photoshop (Hate to say it, but even CS2 that they gave away (technically since the servers are down, but not fully legally) works, GIMP, InkScape, and a few others work too.
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Post by Spook of the lost » 4 months ago

I've always used a combination of GIMP and Inkscape for most of my graphic stuff on the computer.

it runs on everything from my kindle fire to my linux computer to my old macbook, and even the raspberry pi computer I built to use for my short lived computer course at ITT (the school shut down one quarter in... but hey, free college lol.)

outside of that I use blender for 3D modeling, and everything else I do on paper then scan in with gimp and inkscape for editing and digitization occasionally doing some of it with an old wacom bamboo.
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