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    Member Blelisa's Avatar
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    Hi,
    I am looking for some help. I am lacking in the graphics design area somewhat. I am not artisticlly inclined and struggle some when trying to create a graphic for a site I am working on. I was wondering if there is any software available for people like myself, who have a hard time with "drawing" new graphics.
    Thanks for any and all suggestions

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    Senior Member Elroy's Avatar
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    Get your hand into photoshop. Look for example/tutorial on the internet, and learn from experience.

    I'm also at learning stage. My graphic style is very bad. :P

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    Senior Member blackbird's Avatar
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    Photoshop is the best. If you're a student or know a student/teacher, then get it for the education discount. Photoshop also has a ton of plug-ins to help you spit some images out like a pro.

    *Really* good books are by NAPP (National Association of Photoshop Professionals). They have such titles as "Down and Dirty Tricks with Photoshop [version]" and they're step-by-step photo-accompanying instructions.

    Another way around graphics you may want to look at is finding copyright-free images on the web. They exist.
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    Yeah Photoshop is the best program for graphics, and tutorials on the web are the best way to learn, either that or books. That's how i learned, although i'm not that good yet either.

    I've found the best site for tut's is www.good-tutorials.com it has a very extensive listing of tut's from all over the web, with 10 new tut's every day.

    Have fun and good luck!


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