Favorite Platform For Graphics Design?

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  1. Uzi

    Uzi Regular Member

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    I think everyone is going to say Photoshop as I am because Photoshop is the most advanced and easiest graphic design program out there now-a-days.
     
  2. nightsparks

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    Illustrator and GVim. I used to use Photoshop, but since I took a graphics design class that used Illustrator, I'm far more comfortable with it.
     
  3. Uzi

    Uzi Regular Member

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    I've never heard of this "Illustrator" could you link me to it possibly? Is it a paid or a free program... I'm interested in what it's now.

    Thanks

    ~Uzi
     
  4. lucasbytegenius

    lucasbytegenius Regular Member

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    Illustrator is a paid Adobe program for making and editing vectors, similar to what InkScape (free) does.
     
  5. ConfabIt

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    Photoshop CS5. :D
     
  6. xSouped

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    Photoshop CS6 and Illustrator CS6. Can't ask for any better combination, unless you add Flash and Dreamweaver in there <3.
     
  7. WooServers

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    Photoshop CS6 is my favorite platform for graphics design.
     
  8. Benzic

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    Photoshop, GIMP, Photoscape etc.
     
  9. Diana

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    I use Corel Paint Shop Pro and Inkscape. They're both good for my needs. :)
     
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    SinkDLL
    eroVRHub
     
  11. SeanFace101

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    Gimp is a good one and it is free to and you get quite a lot on it for it being free. :D
     

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