The Shining Mecca of Internet Slackassery
You've gone from High Nerd to Cool Geek Pimp. Seriously... looking good.
omg... just think what you could do with Illustrator...!(Tipa once again not bothering to type in all the random useless details in order to user her more recognizable nom-de-plume... but still finding it easier to type an entire paragraph explaining it. It's because all the ':' and '/' and '@' take time to type. Please ignore that I have just typed all of them. Sigh.)
Illustrator I'm not as good with yet. I tend to use a combination of PS and Illustrator when I'm designing the layout for an HTML site, as I'm sure many do.But I'd like to be able to just use Illustrator eventually and get the same results or better. I'm working on it... hehe.Oh, and never fret. I know the name Brenda by now.
a lot of web comic artists use Illustrator to great effect (Real Life Comics, I believe Order of the Stick and Penny Arcade); the infinite scaling is nice.Looks like you have mad skillz already on Photoshop :)
Hardly, Tipa. But I'm glad this gives that impression. :)PS is so robust in its capabilities, that you could spend months coming to grips with what it can do to alter an image in cool and effective ways.I'm very keen on learning new tricks to Illustrator though. For now I'm using it for what I'm studying: web design. But when I kick start a webcomic again, maybe Illustrator would be better than PS...
Looks like some cult hit movie title. :PLOL @ Tipa - great justification on the name thing.
Adobe’s Photoshop software is a very powerful image editing program that is by far the market leader for editing image files. I use Photoshop extensively when creating, and editing images for the web sites that I design. Almost all professional photographers and printers also use Photoshop to create all of the wonderful images that appear in magazines, billboards, and even on television. I am not the best artist in the world, but with Photoshop I have enough power to create brilliant images with tools that are built-in to the software.The coolest thing about Photoshop is that even as powerful as it is out of the box, there are many different plug-ins to make Photoshop even more powerful. The Photoshop plug-ins can be grouped into a few major categories which include 3D, color management, digital asset management, photographic, retouching, and special effects.The Photoshop plug-ins which are available can help perform tasks much faster and more efficiently than performing these tasks by hand. The 3D plug-ins are used to create 3D images and type very quickly and elegantly. The color management Photoshop plug-ins can create new colors to correspond to the printer that you are using, or the monitor that you are using to create your graphics. The digital asset management plug-ins are used to organize all of the digital images that you have created so that finding the correct image is much easier than without it. The photographic ones give many different professional lens techniques that you can apply to any picture to create amazing effects.The retouching plug-ins can intelligently change the contrast, color, sharpness, and many other common filters to make a picture look as crisp as possible. The special effects plug-ins are my favorite, because they can make a rather plain image into something fantastic. If you use Photoshop on a regular basis, then you need to look at some of the plug-ins that are available, because they can make your life much easier, and your graphics look much better.Alissa,http://frenzyfiresale.com
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