Best program to use to make sig etc

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I want to learn how to make sigs,banners etc.

What is the best s/w to use and how do I go about making them,
thanks :)
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adobe photoshop and macromedia fireworks.

but thats my opinion, many people have their own favourites, but these are the main ones which i use.

places like http://www.pixel2life.com and http://www.good-tutorials.com/ are some of the best tutorial sites.

so, if you want to get started, get an application of choice and follow tutorials, learn the ropes as one would say ;)
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do u use the two together?
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well, i use photoshop for brushing, and fireworks for any simpler tasks, like simple adding of text and vectoring.
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Nucleo wrote:
adobe photoshop and macromedia fireworks.

but thats my opinion, many people have their own favourites, but these are the main ones which i use.

places like http://www.pixel2life.com and http://www.good-tutorials.com/ are some of the best tutorial sites.

so, if you want to get started, get an application of choice and follow tutorials, learn the ropes as one would say ;)


nucleo ur spot on by using photoshiop i dont no about fireworks but yeh also that http://www.good-tutorials.com is also a great place for good freee stuff
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I'm all for both programs. I seem to find that Photoshop does a better job on the graphics and Fireworks does a better job with text and sharp lines.

sycofi5h wrote:
Nucleo wrote:
adobe photoshop and macromedia fireworks.

but thats my opinion, many people have their own favourites, but these are the main ones which i use.

places like http://www.pixel2life.com and http://www.good-tutorials.com/ are some of the best tutorial sites.

so, if you want to get started, get an application of choice and follow tutorials, learn the ropes as one would say ;)


nucleo ur spot on by using photoshiop i dont no about fireworks but yeh also that http://www.good-tutorials.com is also a great place for good freee stuff
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hey darkermoon, i didnt no that i guess i have only got photoshop so i only no that program but that is interesting.
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grr i dont rember in what forum i red it but is it possible to do an animated banner whit Adobephoto shop?
when it is can some1 pm me how or post here :P
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Nephrosis wrote:
grr i dont rember in what forum i red it but is it possible to do an animated banner whit Adobephoto shop?
when it is can some1 pm me how or post here :P


Animated banners can be made with ImageReady which is esentially part of Photoshop.
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[quote="darkermoon]
Animated banners can be made with ImageReady which is esentially part of Photoshop.[/quote]

exactly rite ImageReady is wat you cna use. i got it with photoshop

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