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    Postby Officer-Michael John 16 Apr 2016, 23:07

    WSJ too using on Graphic making a Jasc‘sPaint Shop Pro and some Wolf 3D modder too using.
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    Postby DoomJedi 16 Apr 2016, 23:19

    At the end - what matters is how good you're with the tools you use, how well you know it and know to bring the most of it.
    Really...for me - no better tool than classic Ms-Paint.
    You gotta see how fast I work with it..it's magic :)
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    Postby ArcaneXeno 29 Jul 2016, 04:57

    Deluxe paint was an early solution for graphic designers but also one of the best.

    I highly suggest you look into Adobe imageready. Such features in the program are now standard in Photoshop, but what this program was is a separate program dedicated to web graphics. It is great for making quick variants of images and is well suited for working with 256 color palettes.

    I have two versions I can upload in ISO format if anyone wants to try it out.
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    Postby Tricob1974 30 Jul 2016, 03:17

    ArcaneXeno wrote:I highly suggest you look into Adobe imageready. Such features are the program are now standard in Photoshop, but what this program was is a separate program dedicated to web graphics. It is great for making quick variants of images and is well suited for working with 256 color palettes.

    I have two versions I can upload in ISO format if anyone wants to try it out.
    I - for one - would be interested in trying it out. :)
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