Submit to the blue.
For me, nothing at the moment since I haven't started any art yet, unless you count Paint.NET which is an image editor of course. Which is why I'm interested in hearing what you guys recommend.
But isn't that much more geared though toward image editing?
iknorite?I use Photoshop to do the images themselves, but I use MS Paint for cropping. I know Photoshop does this, but for some strange reason, I prefer to do it on Paint.
Every image editing tool has cropping but MS Paint makes it so easy. It's actually the only thing I use MS Paint for anymore.
In any case, thanks to everyone for the suggestions so far. Quick question though. For the people that use paid-for programs like Photoshop and SAI, would you strongly recommend them over their freeware counterparts?
Every image editing tool has cropping but MS Paint makes it so easy.
Actually, what I do is just resize the canvas with the image border points which, in turn, crops the image. No tools necessary. Really great for quick crops.Really? Wouldn't it be easier to just use a crop tool (or crop to selection command) in whatever program you're using and then save it from there?
Huh. Looking at some of your art though, it seems that the program's basic functionality isn't affecting the quality of it at all. Guess it just goes to show that you don't need a fancy pants paint program to make good art.Artrage Studio. It's sooper dooper basic, but I kinda like that. Makes it easy to use.
Also it's cheap.