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Paint Shop Pro is a general purpose graphics program which supplies the basic tools for creating images. In keeping with the general purpose use, the functions within PSP tend to be basic, such as a paintbrush, line tools, fill tools, clone and similar tools.
programs that supply 'Canned' artwork may have some nice images
included, but everyone that buys the program has the same exact
image. It's much better to do your own original images than put
in an image that everyone has, even if your own work isn't as
'Professional' appearing, because it's your very own work. It's
all yours, and nobody can make that statement except you. Most of us would rather see new
attempts, even if they're raw and rough, than the hundredth copy
of the Mona Lisa on a web site. Learn the basic
tools, find a few that increase your creativity and paint something
new and fresh!
Is PSP for regular people or just for artists?
is a talent button, I haven't found it yet! But with PSP
and some of the excellent tutorials you'll find online, you can
certainly learn to create pleasing graphics. You might never
be a Leonardo, Donatello, Michaelangelo (... oh, wait... those
are turtles aren't they?) but you can
Is it for painting, photo editing or drawing?
PSP combines ease of use for the dedicated "hands-on" user with a vast repertoire of tricks, tips, features, and functions. The only limitations to what can be accomplished with PSP are (as with anything you create) your imagination and command of your media.
While not exactly for the occasional user, PSP offers (at 1/10th - or better - the price of "Other" high-end graphics applications) functionality very soon after installation; in no time the new user will have expanded his/her knowledge of the program exponentially, and PSP actually smoothes the learning curve by making it fun.
A multitude of on-line and published tutorials allow new users to emulate, experiment, and learn new techniques for themselves: "Cool! Look what I did!".
experienced users, PSP provides a range of expandable tools that
Want to paint or draw? Very soon, every new image you create will be your masterpiece! The mouse is your brush (or pencil/marker/crayon/pastel/charcoal/etc... ), the mouse pad your palette.
Photo-retouching techniques, from simple "red-eye" treatment, to aging a sepia look to other colorations, restorations, and complete alterations.
too bad those hydro poles ruined the sunset
original images all things are possible. As with everything in
this program, if you have a mind to do it, it can be done to
create,modify, or improve your images.
photos.. edits.. web graphics
tubes presets links
classes and more