Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Whatever Software You Use, Know How to Use It.

In previous examples of how I work on the comic, I've mentioned a plethora of programs used - Illustrator, Paint Shop Pro, Photoshop Elements, etc. It's not that these programs are the best for what I want to do, but instead because I know a little of each and so it's useful to have such experience in a few different programs, enough that you can fake your way around others if necessary.

Encouraging people to experiment with different features and methods in these programs tends to work better when you're not in a hurry to get the results, which is all the more reason to build up a backlog. There's no secret to this one; a little bit of time will help you find the magic bullets, and it's best to learn on your own.

How else do you plan on remembering it?

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At January 4, 2014 at 11:16 PM , Blogger Khorshed Alam said...

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