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07-01-2006
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I usually start off with hand... pencis.. render with marker... put it into photoshop and play with it.

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i think the only matter is knowing what do you really want to do in pc.
i am graphic designer. when i prepare my designs for tshirt i use corel draw. also i am using corel draw for designing labels logos and cloth tags. because corel draw more simple from adobe illustrator.

i use photoshop for designing screen prints, book and magazine covers.

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how about for Fashion Designing? gowns, dresses, clothes?

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^You can use any for fashion design, like Adobe Photoshop, Corel or what.

Adobe Illustrator makes very nice, precise shapes/lines (more of a clean look)

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TBH, MS Paint = 133t.

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I Use Adobe Illustrator,it´s Ok.

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TBH, MS Paint = 133t.
What is TBH and 133t ?

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What is TBH and 133t ?
T3h gosu.

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i use Painter for drawing or doing flat template because it has the canvas rotate tool (those damn horizon line can be annoying sometime). I mainly use photoshop for toning skin or create fabric texture. All that say, you still need to get a wacom tablet if you ever want to use those program successfully.

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Question: Are Wacom tablets really as good as they're claimed to be? Everyone renders them the god of all tablets. I have a Genius tablet (since Wacom tablets aren't exported to South Africa), but I must say my little Genius tablet treats me quite well and I can't imagine how a tablet can be better.. Why all the fuss about Wacom?

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I have a question about InDesign and I'm not sure where else to post it:

When you place an image in a document does that mean it is there permanently? (so that I do not have to keep the original picture from my computer?)

Or is it still linked to the original pic on my comp?

thanks in advance

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i think Paint shop pro is the easiest one for beginners. i started using it when i was like 12 or 13 and then i started using photoshop and illustrator. so if you've never worked with graphic design, i'd say go for Paint shop pro (i still love it more than photoshop and illustrator =p)

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i'd start off with photoshop since you can use what you need to, but will still have access to things you may want in the future. if you start off with a different app and want to progress (aka move to photoshop) you will have to relearn the interface and how to do many basic things.

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i think Paint shop pro is the easiest one for beginners. i started using it when i was like 12 or 13 and then i started using photoshop and illustrator. so if you've never worked with graphic design, i'd say go for Paint shop pro (i still love it more than photoshop and illustrator =p)
is there something for free?
I always wanted a program because I'm tired of the normal microsoft paint but
before I pay I would stay with it :p

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