McLovin wrote:Great, Adobe joined the LF, now how about a Photoshop for Linux. (sry, but Gimp just doesn't support the plugins that are required to do some of the really advanced graphic design)
McLovin wrote:Those are good sites, and some really good plugins, but there are some plugins, like the AutoFX suite, and AlienSkin suite, that do some really amazing things, that are just available for Gimp, and there are no open source alternatives unfortunately. But on the flip side of things, there are things that work better in Gimp, like textures, and patterns, that just look better and are easier to accomplish the same thing. So I kind of use a mixture of Gimp, Photoshop, Blender, Sketchup, PhotoImpact, and a few others, to do my artwork.
belovedmonster wrote:The day Gimp finally release a single window GUI = the day people start using it and developing it up to a similar standard to Photoshop.
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