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Unread 03-26-2011, 12:46 PM

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Just out of curiosity here, for those who have their own websites, do you like to use clipart, make your own images, or have one made for you? If you make your own images, what program(s) do you use?

I use GIMP and Blender myself. GIMP is an open source graphics program similar to Photoshop and Blender is a 3d modeling program, similar to several used in making movies and video games.
  
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I use Photoshop CS3 for designing and editing images.
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Adobe Photoshop.
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So, what do you two like about Photoshop?
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I've used both Gimp and Photoshop CS - I must say I prefer Photoshop.
- single window interface (yes, I know this is being changed in upcoming versions of Gimp)
- layer styles
- adjustment layers
- I know the keyboard shortcuts better
- better industry support of PSD files if one gets sent to me

I also use Blender (and 3DS Max 2011).
and yes, they are all legal/licensed versions.
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I use XheaderPro for headers......free version is good......I bought the pro version.....
I use gimp ...a little....

Also use my digital camera......no copyright problems with my own pictures.....
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I'm having a lot of fun with Blender myself.. though I consider myself very much a novice at it. It really is pretty cool what you can do with even just a little bit of knowledge in Blender.

Just out of curiosity, what rendering engine do you use with it?

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I use Blender Internal - but lately most of my work is with Max/Mental Ray.
I use Blender for modeling, mostly, in my large projects. This is due to the need to keep with .max format for other collaboration, etc.
Blender 2.5+ in the future with Brecht's new "cycles" renderer might change things...
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I generally use the internal also, though I have used YAFRAY as well. Blender's internal is better than it was in earlier versions, but for the really realistic stuff, it still doesn't compete with the external ray-trace renderers.
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I've been using Photoshop cs4 for all my creative needs. I love the fact that I can create batch processing for repetitive jobs.
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