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Originally Posted by Arthurdubya View Post
I haven't tried either! I grew up very poor, so I learned the ways of piracy and jumped straight into the Adobe creative suite. Since then, that's been my goto, especially because my workplace now provides any and all software I want without the need for piracy. It seems that Gimp and SAI are used often by more hobbyists than professionals, and I assume this is because of their price points. (I think one or both might even be free?)
at least you are born with talent/smart so you know how to use Adobe/PS!x,x facepalm ) yes Gimp is free!^^)

Originally Posted by Arthurdubya View Post
If you want to create digitally but have it look like a "real" painting, Corel Painter has been known as the industry golden standard, as it attempts to mimic real-life media. But again, everything that attempts to look like real-life media is raster-based, so be sure to start your image at a large enough size that you won't regret later on.
good tip!^^ ))
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