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Why leave the program?

I have a much more powerful editor (CorelDRAW suite), but I rarely use it as Paint.NET is so much easier.

Well I'm on both sides. I usually make sigs with photoshop just because of easier brushing and smudging. But if I make logos and stuff like that I use pdn because how easier the line tool and that sort of thing is compared to photoshop's pen tool. I switch back n forth

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After watching tHs for a while today, I really started to need to have a blur/dodge/burn/sharpen/ whatever else tool. They make life so much easier!

However, I find Paint.NET's layout easier to use, with many more effects/distorts and I've grown much more accustomed to using it.

"pyrochild, you're my favorite person ever. We should go snowboarding some time."~ 007 Nab. Ish.

PDN Gallery | I Made a Deviant Art!

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After watching tHs for a while today, I really started to need to have a blur/dodge/burn/sharpen/ whatever else tool. They make life so much easier!

However, I find Paint.NET's layout easier to use, with many more effects/distorts and I've grown much more accustomed to using it.

Sorry about internet going out. Here's the final product:

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...web designs...

I have to disagree with you there. As web designs mostly just contain simple elements, PDN comes out better for making them, as it's so much easier. Backgrounds etc can be made in photoshop, but for the basic design PDN still rules the day.

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...web designs...

I have to disagree with you there. As web designs mostly just contain simple elements, PDN comes out better for making them, as it's so much easier. Backgrounds etc can be made in photoshop, but for the basic design PDN still rules the day.

Wrong! There are particular plugins for The GIMP (Photoshop may have this option) that lets you save your image as an actual web layout with full, Standards Compliant CSS and xhtml. The GIMP is much more suited for web design ;)

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...web designs...

I have to disagree with you there. As web designs mostly just contain simple elements, PDN comes out better for making them, as it's so much easier. Backgrounds etc can be made in photoshop, but for the basic design PDN still rules the day.

Wrong! There are particular plugins for The GIMP (Photoshop may have this option) that lets you save your image as an actual web layout with full, Standards Compliant CSS and xhtml. The GIMP is much more suited for web design ;)

Photoshop also has that plugin, but I was talking about designing the page. It's much more complicated to design something in PS and the GIMP, as they weren't built for it. Fireworks is made for interface/web design. Paint.NET has much more intuitive basic stuff, like shapes and transparent gradients, which make webdesign easier, even though you need to code the page yourself.

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