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Ive been using Photoshop elements 3 for about, three years now and its kind of glitchy. I wanted something to upgrade to that I could use for a long time and have good graphics, and be a program made for illustration.
Most people ive talked to use Photoshop CS 5 or 6, but that costs a lot and Im still in school, so I cant afford it...( Also cant torrent because I have a mac, and not that tech savvy to use parallels/bootcamp)
So is there anything legal that is good? Painter x? or is there a sai for mac?
I dont know what im doing, so any tips would be helpful!
The best are Photoshop and Painter. Both of these are available as Student Versions and can be puchased at a fraction of the normal retail price. Otherwise, Artrage and Sketchbook Pro are excellent smaller programs but of professional standard.
Artrage is pretty sweet and cheap as chips.
Check out Gimp, I'm pretty sure it's Mac compatible and freeware. Probs the best of the freeware bunch, SAI is sick, but only Windows to my knowledge.
Maybe start saving for PS.
If you're a student, it's cheaper.
Ever just woken up and gone "shit, does the world around me exist"?
SketchBook Designer 2013 now replaces SketchBook Pro (sort of).
When you purchase SketchBook Designer, it comes with the latest version of SketchBook pro and you can decide which one to work when you launch it.
Designer adds some pretty sweet new features.