I've used mspaint for a long time. When I got married nearly 5 years ago hubby introduced me to paint.net. And I haven't gone back since. It's the perfect mix of all the things I loved about mspaint, with some of the great things I desired from photoshop or gimp, but without the lag on my poor outdated computer. Seriously, layers, anti aliasing, gradients, patterns, etc. I still have to use something else to animate but I can do that free online. If you haven't tried paint.net it's free! [link] What are you waiting for? Check it out!
I used to use nothing but MS Paint. But once I got Windows 7, with the new paint program, I felt it failed me hardcore. Lol. I always knew about Paint.Net and would use it for photo touchups and to make my MS Paint pictures transparent when needed. But now I use it all of the time. <3
Template:! NOTICE: Only Subscribers/Premium Members can use Deviation Buttons, Stamps, and Long Buttons! ETA 27 July 2010: Fixed transparency.
You know, I dislike having to type out this message every time I post a piece that violates someone's shipping sensibilities. Granted, I don't have to do that *often*, but still. I decided it would benefit from having a deviation button Another variant is coming up, along with a Long Button.
For everyone else who wants others to keep ship wars off of their doorstep
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