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first i would like to thank everyone at ozzu.com for reviewing sites etc.. I was also wondering, What program should i use for adding like graphics text to pictures. Like if you look at h_heyer's pictures, the font like blends in with the background...what program should i use to do that?
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Adobe Photoshop is definitely the best, but it's rather expensive. Heh, I use Paint Shop Pro 7 (there is now an 8 ) and it works just fine for what I need it for and it was a lot cheaper. I guess it just depends how serious you are about graphic design and whether or not you want to do it the legal way. :wink:
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indeed, i know alot of people who use paintshop pro and they swear by it.. convinced that it's better than photoshop.. but to me, i cant stand the look of it, or the feel. but photoshop looks great, feels great and is great! so id suggest photoshop! although, as geekete said, its expensive, although kazaa isnt :lol:
but we wont go into that, it's your choice! :P
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Oh I already have Adobe Photoshopt 5.0 limited addition. I got it for free from my church. But I was wondering a better program.
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Adobe Photoshop 7 is the latest and best, allthough it costs around £500 / $800 i think. not too sure
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see, how did you create that picture at the bottom of your message?
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I used Adobe Photoshop 7, 3D Studio Max, a bit of alcohol and a hint of imagination :lol:
Photoshop 7 is pretty easy to get to grips with, once you figure out how to use layers properly etc
took me a month or so to realise that i could jus fill an object instead of painting it with paint brush lol. :roll:
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That is a nice image in your signature by the way :)
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3d studio max...how much, Where online?
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Thanx Bigweb :lol:
Oh and for 3DS, its around $3000 i think. lol
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all mine i got for free like Adobe Photoshop 7, Adobe ImageReady 7.0, Adobe Illustrator 10 .ext
free free free
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Oh you're a real boy scout arnt ya :P
And how you get them for free? lol
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this isn't the time nor the place for this discussion.
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fusion where did you get 3ds?
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Check out their link:

http://www.discreet.com/products/3dsmax/

I am sure they will offer plenty of information there on how to obtain their product.
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did you pay $4000 for it fusion?
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No, but my college did. Thats where i use it :wink:

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