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    Postby DoomJedi 06 Sep 2013, 17:45

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    Postby Tricob1974 07 Sep 2013, 00:21

    Hm ... it doesn't say a thing about customizing your colors. Even MS Paint does that to a point. :(
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    Postby linuxwolf 16 Sep 2013, 16:08

    I'm learning to use a free paint tool called Gimp. It is amazing what this thing can do. Bump mapping, logos, embossing, filters, plasma effects, lighting effects and bezier curves are just some of the things you can do.
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    Postby DoomJedi 16 Sep 2013, 16:51

    Don't know Gimp much, but from little time I spend with it - hate it.
    But it's one of the popular pixel and graphics art program among 2D artists.
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    Postby Tricob1974 17 Sep 2013, 04:51

    I tried out another art program called something like "Deluxe Paint". It was okay, I guess. What I was really wanting was Neopaint For Windows, but without all the program crashes, bugs, and clumsy GUI design.

    How exactly you'll feel about Deluxe Paint will depend on what you want in your art programs. There are just some key features missing from Deluxe Paint that make NeoPaint so important to me.

    I do have a copy of Paint Shop Pro lying around someplace, and it actually does everything I need it to do. But I haven't tried starting it up since I started using this machine, and had started being tortured by Windows 7. I really ought to get back to PSP again sometime. :(
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    Postby Officer-Michael John 14 Apr 2016, 20:48

    I use a Jasc‘s Paint Shop Pro. One a litte hard using, but good program.
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    Postby DoomJedi 14 Apr 2016, 20:50

    I use Ms-Paint :)
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    Postby Officer-Michael John 14 Apr 2016, 22:08

    I use too, but not always.
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    Postby DoomJedi 14 Apr 2016, 22:38

    It's holy trinity for me. Ms-Paint, RecolorBMP and SpriteMaker
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    Postby Tricob1974 15 Apr 2016, 02:48

    I did try Paint Shop Pro. It didn't really do what I needed it to.
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