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    art rage....

    has anyone tried this??? its like a painter program and stuff and its really inexpensive and just wondering if i should get it or not.

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    Crazy idea, why don't you try the demo first...

    http://www.ambientdesign.com/artragedown.html

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    its decent....i drew an apple ....lol....anything thats simular to painter thats not difficult. or maby im just lazy/scared

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    I had Art Rage on my mac for a bit, you need to pay for the full version. It seems like a decent enough program though. I use two programs called Seashore and Pixen. I have a mac so naturally my choices for programs are limited. I hear that GIMP is really good if you can get it to run properly on your system.

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    Heard of GIMP. Don't know if it has a InstallShield on it. Read somewhere you had to install it manually.

    Think is was GIMP.

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    I've got it. I'm liking it so far. Others have had some luck with it, as well.
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=112188

    If you're looking for something closer to Painter, you might want to check out Artweaver.
    http://www.artweaver.de/index.php?en_version

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