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Discussion in 'Transformers Funnies' started by darrenmea9, Jun 29, 2010.

  1. darrenmea9

    darrenmea9 Well-Known Member

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    hello everybody. im gona make a comic, but i need to edit my pictures. other then photobucket, can anybody give me a good website 2 edit pictures??
     
  2. Im No Hero

    Im No Hero ze best reader

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    I use photoshop and if photoshops out of your price range
    then a program called gimp is very similar and completely free. its what i used pre photoshop. you can down load it here and there are some very good tutorials in the tutorial thread to help u get started
     
  3. E. C. R. Former

    E. C. R. Former Is probably insane...

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    Gimp. No questions asked. Download it from the link Im No Hero provided.
     
  4. Grimlock_13

    Grimlock_13 Reformed Geewunner

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    Depends on how many effects you want to throw in your comic. I mainly just use MS Paint since I like the campiness of 'bad' effects and it doesn't take a brain to use it but GIMP is nice to have when I want to do something a little more.
     
  5. Chaos Incarnate

    Chaos Incarnate Not just a name.

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    Seriously, go GIMP or go home.

    Also, Photobucket's an alright host, but I can't say enough good things about Flickr.
     
  6. Coolhand

    Coolhand Spiff's Stunt Double

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    I'll echo the chorus of praise for GIMP. It's free and it allows you to do everything from awesome SFX, to just basic image tidying, resizing and post production, which can have almost as much impact on the final image. I'd recommend downloading it and playing with it for a while before you start posting work. Those first couple of updates are what will convince people to keep reading, so you want them as good as you can reasonably get them.

    Also, get a tripod for your camera. Seriously. Blurry hand held shots pale into insignificance when compared to a good, steady, tripod shot.

    As for hosting, I use photobucket, sorry. Never used any other sites.
     

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