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I was just browsing around, i like to just see what other kinda of programs are out there, ive tried most image editing and drawing programs, PDN is by far my favorite, i just found a program called openoffice.org, its more of a drawing program but im gona try it out, has any one used this program? im curious if its like MS paint, thats wat it looks like.

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Yeah, OpenOffice come with Draw, Impress, Math, Writer, Base, and Calc. Fairly handy when you don't feel like paying for Microsoft Office (even though I can get it for $30).

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If I remember correctly, OOo Draw is a vector editor, not a raster like Paint.NET is, so there really is no comparison.

And if you are in the habit of recommending programs, vector in particular, then you must try out Inkscape.

Also, why are you apologising for using other graphic applications? CMD is an avid GIMP user, many use Inkscape and Chaoscope, Rick even has Photoshop for comparative reasons, so there's no need to apologise for being like the rest of us :).

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Also, why are you apologising for using other graphic applications? CMD is an avid GIMP user, many use Inkscape and Chaoscope, Rick even has Photoshop for comparative reasons, so there's no need to apologise for being like the rest of us :).

Indeed, I have OOo Draw, Inkscape, Photoshop, Chaoscope, and more. I still use PdN more than all of them combined, however.

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wow man... thats like trying to draw with microsoft word. that realy SUCKS.

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i actually use a few programs as well MS paint, gimp, terragen and PDN, but im always looking for programs that just have one more feature lol its like an obsession lol, i saw the word drawing in Officespace and my mind started going crazy lol

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If you have four hundred dollars to drop I recommend getting Corel Graphics Suite X4. My business requires Corel Draw. Either way though, Corel Draw and Photopaint are very powerful and worth the money imo. I often open up my works in Photopaint to smudge here or there :wink:

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Corel DRAW is prob the best vector editor on the planet and will work beautifully for your hand drawings. Photopaint is also very powerful and easy to use. My recommendation is towards Corel.

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Also, why are you apologising for using other graphic applications? CMD is an avid GIMP user, many use Inkscape and Chaoscope, Rick even has Photoshop for comparative reasons, so there's no need to apologise for being like the rest of us :).

Amen. I mean, I have Photoshop, Gimp, Chaoscope, Terregan. But I seem always to fall back on PdN.

Lets all make Rick happy and give a thanks to him.

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Corel DRAW is prob the best vector editor on the planet and will work beautifully for your hand drawings. Photopaint is also very powerful and easy to use. My recommendation is towards Corel.

Someone has never used Xara Xtreme!

I cant use Xara Xtreme unless it can export to a CDR cleanly. I do laser engraving for a living and my Epilog currently supports CDR file types, so I am pretty much benched to that. But I was really reffering to Corel Graphics Suite X4 more than anything else.

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If you want a free drawing program there is always InkScape.

It's been suggested, and it's more of a vector design program anyway.

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