Tools of the trade

Discussion in 'Graphic Design' started by AusQB, Mar 21, 2009.

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  1. AusQB

    AusQB New Member

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    What software do you use for designing graphics?

    I myself am using Photoshop CS4 for all my graphics.

    I also recently installed CorelDRAW X4 because everyone kept telling me it was amazing for graphic design, but it's going to take me a while to get used to it.

    I've managed to get a grasp of basic shape creation and manipulation, but I'm still trying to figure out effects.
     
  2. DimitriDV

    DimitriDV New Member

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    website graphics => Photoshop
    offline graphics => illustrator
     
  3. DimitriDV

    DimitriDV New Member

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    logos => illustrator!!
     
  4. Modern_Media

    Modern_Media New Member

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    I have to agree - Adobe Creative Suite CS4. There just isn't any substitute!
     
  5. Susan-Reed

    Susan-Reed New Member

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    Photoshop.

    (And DW for web editing.)
     
  6. wetgravy

    wetgravy New Member

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    photoshop
    illustrator
    corel draw (basically does simple things with 1/8th the time of illustrator ... still can't do really complex things all that well though)
    corel paint
    FlexiSign
    occasionally some fractal programs
    my wacom
    traditional mediums
    digital camera
    scanner.

    I also have a litte usb storage device with gimp, inkscape, and a couple other open source design programs for if i'm away from my studio and i need to be creative on someone elses computer.
     
  7. superdave

    superdave New Member

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    photoshop cs4 and dreamweaver for web coding.
     

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