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Rikku X-2
09-22-2006, 05:28 AM
http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c327/yunasassy/1127876767959.jpg

http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c327/yunasassy/cloudia.jpg

Does anyone have a pro for these kind of things?, cause i want someone to make me something like this of YRP :)

Xaven
09-22-2006, 06:04 AM
First, do you know what Photoshop is? Because it would be your best friend for these kinds of things. Yeah, buy a copy of Photoshop, and learn how to use it, and you can create all kinds of things like this.

theundeadhero
09-24-2006, 08:22 PM
I'm a purty girl.

Roto13
09-24-2006, 09:06 PM
You won't be able to do a whole lot without a course or something, though.

Mirage
09-24-2006, 09:19 PM
Yes, Photoshop is what you need for this. You'll also have to spend a lot of time getting good enough to produce results like these. ...though the second wasn't all that good.

Also, Photoshop costs a ton of money. Several hundred dollars if you buy an old version, the newest version is nearly 1000 dollars. A lot of money, you say, but remember that this is a tool for professionals. 3D modelling programs usually costs 3 times as much as Photoshop.

Eminem's_No.1_Fan
09-24-2006, 09:28 PM
Yes, Photoshop is what you need for this. You'll also have to spend a lot of time getting good enough to produce results like these. ...though the second wasn't all that good.

Also, Photoshop costs a ton of money. Several hundred dollars if you buy an old version, the newest version is nearly 1000 dollars. A lot of money, you say, but remember that this is a tool for professionals. 3D modelling programs usually costs 3 times as much as Photoshop.

2 words:

RIP OFF!!!!!!!

it came free with my sister's (300) computer.

Roto13
09-24-2006, 09:32 PM
Piracy ftw.

Mirage
09-24-2006, 09:40 PM
Yes, Photoshop is what you need for this. You'll also have to spend a lot of time getting good enough to produce results like these. ...though the second wasn't all that good.

Also, Photoshop costs a ton of money. Several hundred dollars if you buy an old version, the newest version is nearly 1000 dollars. A lot of money, you say, but remember that this is a tool for professionals. 3D modelling programs usually costs 3 times as much as Photoshop.

2 words:

RIP OFF!!!!!!!

it came free with my sister's (300) computer.

I doubt that. Maybe Adobe Photoshop Elements, which is a stripped down Photoshop sold for a much cheaper price, but lacks a lot of the professional tools. It would still be good enough for the average computer user though. If it actually was a real, proper Photoshop CS or better, I bet it was pirated. And sure, everyone does it, but it's not legal, and a computer store could get in some serious deep <img src="/xxx.gif"><img src="/xxx.gif"><img src="/xxx.gif"><img src="/xxx.gif"> if they shipped pirated software with their PCs.

Also, considering the people Photoshop is made for, it's not really a rip off at all. Photoshop is rarely bought by private persons, but by companies or people who make a living using it. It's no different than a cab driver needing a car in order to make money. Developing Photoshop costs a lot of money too, which explains the high price.

starseeker
09-24-2006, 09:43 PM
Is it possible to do that in Gimp?

Mirage
09-24-2006, 09:45 PM
Maybe, but I never liked Gimp myself. It was too awkward and chaotic. The quality of the effects are also better in Photoshop, I find.

starseeker
09-24-2006, 09:52 PM
Maybe, but I never liked Gimp myself. It was too awkward and chaotic. The quality of the effects are also better in Photoshop, I find.

But GIMP is free.

Mirage
09-24-2006, 09:55 PM
Yes, but I am a pirate. Arr.

Jowy
09-24-2006, 10:01 PM
It's funny when people pay for Photoshop.

Eminem's_No.1_Fan
09-24-2006, 10:03 PM
Yes, Photoshop is what you need for this. You'll also have to spend a lot of time getting good enough to produce results like these. ...though the second wasn't all that good.

Also, Photoshop costs a ton of money. Several hundred dollars if you buy an old version, the newest version is nearly 1000 dollars. A lot of money, you say, but remember that this is a tool for professionals. 3D modelling programs usually costs 3 times as much as Photoshop.

2 words:

RIP OFF!!!!!!!

it came free with my sister's (300) computer.

I doubt that. Maybe Adobe Photoshop Elements, which is a stripped down Photoshop sold for a much cheaper price, but lacks a lot of the professional tools. It would still be good enough for the average computer user though. If it actually was a real, proper Photoshop CS or better, I bet it was pirated. And sure, everyone does it, but it's not legal, and a computer store could get in some serious deep <img src="/xxx.gif"><img src="/xxx.gif"><img src="/xxx.gif"><img src="/xxx.gif"> if they shipped pirated software with their PCs.

Also, considering the people Photoshop is made for, it's not really a rip off at all. Photoshop is rarely bought by private persons, but by companies or people who make a living using it. It's no different than a cab driver needing a car in order to make money. Developing Photoshop costs a lot of money too, which explains the high price.



Yeah it's Adobe, didn't think there was any difference.

McLovin'
09-24-2006, 10:54 PM
Download it off a program. (ie limewire, bearshare, emule, etc)

Mirage
09-24-2006, 11:24 PM
Yeah it's Adobe, didn't think there was any difference.

Adobe is a software manufacturer, just like Microsoft.
Adobe makes Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, Illustrator, etc.
Microsoft makes Windows, MS Office, MSN Messenger, etc.
So it makes very little sense to say "it's Adobe" in this context. Is it Photoshop Elements or is it Photoshop?

KH-Cloudy
09-25-2006, 07:40 AM
i payed for adobe photoshop 7 >_>

those glasses on cloud looks fake

Endless
09-25-2006, 09:38 AM
Also, Photoshop costs a ton of money. Several hundred dollars if you buy an old version, the newest version is nearly 1000 dollars. A lot of money, you say, but remember that this is a tool for professionals. 3D modelling programs usually costs 3 times as much as Photoshop.

If you have half a brain and can wait a little before getting the program/box, Photoshop CS2 can be bought from Adobe's store for 129 + VAT. Student/Teacher editions ftw. :p

Torak
09-25-2006, 11:55 AM
Go GIMP.

The worse thing would be to pay 1000$ for Photoshop and then to find out that you pretty much have no talent what so ever.

theundeadhero
09-25-2006, 12:27 PM
The girl with the glasses is Quistis.

Mirage
09-25-2006, 04:58 PM
Also, Photoshop costs a ton of money. Several hundred dollars if you buy an old version, the newest version is nearly 1000 dollars. A lot of money, you say, but remember that this is a tool for professionals. 3D modelling programs usually costs 3 times as much as Photoshop.

If you have half a brain and can wait a little before getting the program/box, Photoshop CS2 can be bought from Adobe's store for €129 + VAT. Student/Teacher editions ftw. :p

I've got Aobe CS2 (not just photoshop, tons of other programs too :p) Student edition legally installed myself, in fact :p. I usually just use my pirated PS7 anyway, cause it's more lightweight and still has the features I need.