What design software do you use?

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  1. Cameron

    Cameron Elite Promoter

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    Hey guys, what graphic design software do you use?

    There's GIMP, PhotoShop, Paint.NET, Microsoft Paint, etc.
     
  2. drucrazy

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    I use Gimp.
     
  3. reddyash

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    For all my graphic work I use Photo Shop.
     
  4. Golddisk

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    I use GIMP. Its a professional level program and is free, which is pretty awesome in my opinion!
     
  5. Demon_skeith

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    I've used the latest and previous versions of photoshop thanks to my schools computers to make a few images.
     
  6. Juneberry

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    It depends on what I'm doing. My primary stuff is in ComiPo!, but I do edit things and other general stuff in either MSPaint or GIMP.
     
  7. Sir Twisted

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    I use Photoshop and have been doing so for several years, I don't use it a lot nowadays. However, it is certainly full of features to help perfect your work. Definitely brilliant software.
     
  8. GamesToEnjoy

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    I use Gimp.
     
  9. Mozzie

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    psp, animation shop and a few others, depending what i am doing
     
  10. Simon

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    I use two applications called Affinity Designer, it works like Adobe Illustrator, and Affinity Photo, sort of like Adobe Photoshop. These apps are great and I can really recommend them if you are looking for cheaper alternatives to the Adobe suit. You can purchase them on the official Affinity website or from the Microsoft store on Windows 10.
     

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