Which art programs do you use?

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Which art programs do you use?

Voir Voir
Do you design or draw / paint digitally ? What program do you use?

I use Adobe Photoshop, I have paint tool SAI as well on an older laptop but do not use it very much anymore. I also have Adobe Illustrator but find the stroke correction and limited freehand capabilities overly frustrating so avoid it at all costs.
12/13/2012
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Quote:
Originally posted by Voir
Do you design or draw / paint digitally ? What program do you use?

I use Adobe Photoshop, I have paint tool SAI as well on an older laptop but do not use it very much anymore. I also have Adobe Illustrator but find the stroke correction and ...
I use Photoshop and Illustrator as well.
12/13/2012
MrWill MrWill
I use Corel Painter 11 and Photoshop.
12/13/2012
sillylilkitten sillylilkitten
I use Photoshop, but I just recently downloaded FireAlpaca, which I've heard is pretty decent. I haven't had a chance to try it though.
12/13/2012
Incendiaire Incendiaire
I'm a big Photoshop fan, it has so many useful tools.
12/13/2012
butts butts
I really love Photoshop, but Sai's inking tools are so insanely superior, it's all I use now. I like Painter but I don't have it : (
12/14/2012
Voir Voir
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Originally posted by Incendiaire
I'm a big Photoshop fan, it has so many useful tools.
Mmm yes and it's rather modifiable... just make something or find a stock image and bam there's a texture or brush etc etc etc
12/14/2012
Voir Voir
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Originally posted by MrWill
I use Corel Painter 11 and Photoshop.
How do you like corel in comparison to photoshop? I know a lot of photoshop's brushes are rather smooth, but other programs (such as SAI) have brushes with a more... traditional feel, the color blending is more like traditional painting as well.
12/14/2012
MrWill MrWill
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Originally posted by Voir
How do you like corel in comparison to photoshop? I know a lot of photoshop's brushes are rather smooth, but other programs (such as SAI) have brushes with a more... traditional feel, the color blending is more like traditional painting as well.
Two completely different programs in terms of "feel"

I can create great stuff with either.. but if I am working on a photograph it will almost ALWAYS be in photoshop due to the ability to fix blemishes/airbrush/whi ten whatever.

Painter on the other hand, is excellent for a more traditional media feel. It has oils/watercolor/acryli c paint, chalks, charcoals pens and pencils.
You can change the paper texture and all kinds of stuff. That being said, some of the brushes in Painter absolutely BOG my system down. I'm using a 4 year old dell laptop with no video card though, and a lot of the "real media" brushes are rendered almost entirely by the GPU.
12/14/2012
SilverIsis SilverIsis
I use GIMP. It's like Photoshop but the software is opensource like LibreOffice so its FREE
12/14/2012
Lildrummrgurl7 Lildrummrgurl7
I use the entire Adobe Creative Suite.
12/14/2012
GONE! GONE!
Quote:
Originally posted by SilverIsis
I use GIMP. It's like Photoshop but the software is opensource like LibreOffice so its FREE
Same here.
12/14/2012
subwayrailings subwayrailings
just photoshop
12/14/2012
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