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Most of the designs that I have, whether it is a webpage or else UI from World of Warcraft, is viewable from my website:<BR>
and for the World of Warcraft UI's, in the forums of http://kota.sinisterfx.org<A HREF="http://kota.sinisterfx.org">.</A><BR>
How familiar am I with GIMP? I have attempted to use it, and have been working on it a lot more. Coming from an era of Photoshop, it does take some getting use to, but I have been working on it fairly solid now for the last few months. Depressingly, it's not as much time in as I have with Photoshop, but it's like going from an automatic, to standard transmission -- easily done, just takes getting use to is all.<BR>
On Tue, 2008-08-05 at 09:27 +0300, Nicu Buculei wrote:
Sean M Gatton wrote:
> Good day to all!
Good day to you too,
> Since I graduated
> from high school, I began moving off from pencil/paper artwork, and have
> moved more towards computer generated graphics. I've used numerous
> graphics programs to date, and thoroughly enjoy designing webpages, web
> graphics and UIs for World of Warcraft for friends of mine (as well as
Any of those designs are available online to share?
> Recently, I took care of reinstalling an operating system on my
> sister-in-law's laptop for college. Rather then put Windows back on
> there, I loaded Linux for her, which got me working more on the Linux
> side of life, then Windows. Since then, I have been interested in
> designing things to be used inside a Linux distribution, as designing
> and tinkering are things I thoroughly enjoy!
So how familiar are you with various Linux graphic applications, like
GIMP and Inkscape (we use them quite a lot) or Blender and Scribus?