Free Graphic Software????

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    • #53482
      AvatarI AM FASHA
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      Does anyone know of a free graphic software program? Even if its a free trial?  I have one project that I would like to create an image for.

       

      Thanks F.

    • #205665

      Like Gimp? (It's a Photoshop-like program.)

    • #205667
      AvatarI AM FASHA
      Participant

      That may work, I will check it out, TY!

    • #206238
      AvatarAnonymous
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      Go for open source software like: GIMP or KRITA. You may check this article:

      http://sixrevisions.com/graphics-design/10-excellent-open-source-and-free-alternatives-to-photoshop/ 

    • #209100

      You could try the free trial of Photoshop for editting images.

    • #209148
      Avatarrkaag
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      Inkscape is a nice graphic open source software.  Its comparable packages like Illustrator or Corel Draw.  It does vector graphics.  I use it to do logos which will scale nicely from business cards to embroidery patterns 🙂 [if you have a sewing machine that will talk to your computer]

      http://inkscape.org/

    • #209154

      Paint.Net is a Photoshop clone for Windows.

    • #209226

      I would like you guys to be aware that Adobe CC (CLOUD) has a free trial for most of there graphic software. You can try most of everythign for 30 days, which includes updates. They have wonderful discounts for anyone that is a student as well.

       

      I dont want to hijack this forum but you can clearly visit: www.adobe.com/CreativeCloud

       

      I hope this helps. As the free software is wonderful equipment, but the benefits of Adobe really are a benefit to the user; Linear Video Editing. 

       

      Visit Motion Maker Studios here: https://max.makerstudios.com/ and apply for partnership to see if you qualify!

    • #209241
      AvatarI AM FASHA
      Participant

      Thanks for the replies everyone!  I sort of got sidetracked with work, but Im still working on this 🙂

    • #209257

      You can also use Pixlr (http://pixlr.com/editor/) which is very similar to Photoshop, but free. It lives online, so you'll need an internet connection, but since you're posting here, I'm guessing that won't be a problem. 🙂

    • #210364
      AvatarAnonymous
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      I do graphics, what did you need?

       

    • #210422
      AvatarSadieDickson
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      Will this helpful to you? 

      35 free graphics program   http://mashable.com/2007/10/27/graphics-toolbox/

    • #210803
      AvatarHowardRobinson
      Participant

      There are lost of free graphic software present on Google.But if you want any best software for you then you should go with "DrawPlus" software.It has amazing top quality feature that makes your graphics more attractive and one more great thing about this is that, It is free.

    • #211859
      AvatarI AM FASHA
      Participant

      Thanks everyone for the replies!  I will check these out 🙂

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