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I need advice on getting a good graphics program

Discussion in 'Original Unreal Tournament' started by Sapphire Nights, Aug 4, 2000.

  1. Sapphire Nights

    Sapphire Nights BANNED

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    I want to create .jpg blocks of text. And be able to make fancy lettering and drop in borders, graphics, and backgrounds.

    I need a program that is easy to use and not too expensive.

    This is what I made with basic Paint Shop Pro. It is used as a graphical link to another page. It is too plain and the red lettering displays faded and choppy on some computers. So bacically this is crap.

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  2. kamikaze9

    kamikaze9 New Member

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    Photoshop

    Now I normally don't advocate this, but the best graphics program is easily Photoshop, and Adobe knows this.. it is a great injustice that they decide to charge so much, so that's why I say just warez it! I did, I admit it

    I made this banner w/ Photoshop... some of my better work:
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  3. SimplyCosmic

    SimplyCosmic ERGO. VIS A VIS. CONCORDANTLY.

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    Under Windows I use Adobe Photoshop. Of course, like most others, I also could not afford it, even at the discounted rate they give students.

    Under the *nix's (Linux, FreeBSD, etc) I go for The Gimp, which is free and every bit as powerful as Photoshop for non-print material.
     

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