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Free software for making graphics? You got it!

JVC

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Blender is Really useful for making intros and logos.
 
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Samira

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Thank you for this . As i was still studying i had photoshop but that isnt the case at the moment and photoshop is expensive ! :)
 

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I use pixlr.com/editor for thumbnails..i actually prefer it over something like Photoshop
 
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Software wise I started out using Inkscape. Now most days I use Canva since it's web based and I can use it from any device and it's free.
 
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I didn't see Inkscape on the list. It's a free Vector graphics program. It complements GIMP fairly nicely.

If you want 3d Graphics then there is Blender.
 

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You're missing the famous Photoshop, Illustrator, and After Effects haha. Those are the one's I use. I'm sure these programs will work just fine though. Thanks for the tips! :)
GimpShop is very nice, I was trained in PhotoShop and when I left school lost the access; it took me a long time to get used to free software, until I installed this nifty little plug. I am 5x more confident on this than vanilla Gimp.[DOUBLEPOST=1504614044,1504613999][/DOUBLEPOST]
People keep asking, so I'm making a topic yall can reference from now on. I got this list from an artist site. If there are any other programs I missed, comment below and I shall add them.

NOTE: Some of these might not be free anymore. If that's the case, let me know.

  • Paint.net
  • GIMP
  • FireAlpaca
  • SumoPaint
  • Pixlr.com
  • Kirta
  • Pixia
  • MyPaint
  • Flowpaint
  • Qaquarelle
  • Twisted Brush
  • Open Canvas 1.1
  • Chasys / Chacha's Lab
  • Oekaki:
  • ChibiPaint
  • Oekaki Central
  • DA Muro
Several of those I haven't even heard of, definitely adding them to my check-out list, thank you!
 

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I'll maybe try some of these in the future. Right now I'm fine with using Power Point for my thumbnails.
 

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People keep asking, so I'm making a topic yall can reference from now on. I got this list from an artist site. If there are any other programs I missed, comment below and I shall add them.

NOTE: Some of these might not be free anymore. If that's the case, let me know.

  • Paint.net
  • GIMP
  • FireAlpaca
  • SumoPaint
  • Pixlr.com
  • Kirta
  • Pixia
  • MyPaint
  • Flowpaint
  • Qaquarelle
  • Twisted Brush
  • Open Canvas 1.1
  • Chasys / Chacha's Lab
  • Oekaki:
  • ChibiPaint
  • Oekaki Central
  • DA Muro
Some of these are open source software which are completely different from free software