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1Photo Shop Versus Gimp  Empty Photo Shop Versus Gimp on Wed Jul 13, 2011 12:05 am

HorseCrazy

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I want to make a Black Pearl Coat but I'm not sure which program to use. Which one do you think is better,and easier to use? Exclamation Exclamation

2Photo Shop Versus Gimp  Empty Re: Photo Shop Versus Gimp on Sat Aug 13, 2011 5:28 am

River Lily

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Depending which one you already have. I just currently got gimp and have heard that it is a bit harder to figure out than photoshop is.

3Photo Shop Versus Gimp  Empty Re: Photo Shop Versus Gimp on Mon Jul 23, 2012 3:54 pm

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Photoshop Smile

4Photo Shop Versus Gimp  Empty Re: Photo Shop Versus Gimp on Mon Jul 23, 2012 6:58 pm

33Kitty

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I've found that GIMP is easier to figure out, especially if you are a beginner, while Photoshop makes things easier for the advanced digital artist.^^ Here's what I consider the pros and cons of each:
GIMP
Pros: Free, simple, versatile.
Cons: Occasionally freezes up/crashes, usually only occurs if you don't update.
Photoshop
Pros: Professional, lots of options.
Cons: It can be a bit complicated, many versions are pricey.

I wouldn't recommend Photoshop unless you:
A) Have a highly realistic style and/or also do photography.
B) Are willing to pay when you can get a similar (slightly inferior) product for free.

Hope that helped!

5Photo Shop Versus Gimp  Empty Re: Photo Shop Versus Gimp on Thu Aug 09, 2012 3:15 pm

AbigailIbay1968

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33Kitty wrote:I've found that GIMP is easier to figure out, especially if you are a beginner, while Photoshop makes things easier for the advanced digital artist.^^ Here's what I consider the pros and cons of each:
GIMP
Pros: Free, simple, versatile.
Cons: Occasionally freezes up/crashes, usually only occurs if you don't update.
Photoshop
Pros: Professional, lots of options.
Cons: It can be a bit complicated, many versions are pricey.

I wouldn't recommend Photoshop unless you:
A) Have a highly realistic style and/or also do photography.
B) Are willing to pay when you can get a similar (slightly inferior) product for free.

Hope that helped!

I agree. GIMP is cool.

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