Use the serial provided by them to verify it.
Due to a bug, Photoshop CS2 is being released for free by Adobe, with the rest of the CS2 set of tools.
If you don't have Photoshop because of the price tag, get it now, it's just as good as the latest versions except it has slightly less "fancy never really used that much" features.
I am currently using it myself
looks like they removed that link, I need to find it again
Today I finally learned how to save and set brush sets.
This is for Photoshop CS2 - CS6 and Photoshop CC
To open the brush preset manager:
Window > Brush Presets > Open Preset Manager (That second tiny little square in the bottom right corner, hold mouse over it to see it's name)
To save a brush preset in preset manager:
Ctrl + A (To select all) > Save set... > Save as "MyBrushSet.abr"
To load a brush preset in preset manager:
Load... > Select "MyBrushSet.abr"
To delete all the brushes in preset manager:
Ctrl + A (To select all) > Delete
Whenever I see someone ask on how to improve at art, the only reply I ever see is "practice, obsess, practice".
But I know that this is very low quality advice, I have seen people draw countless images and not improve at all, some people even end up drawing worse!
I know that there must be something more, something that triggers/teaches the brain to improve, the only thing that brainlessly drawing countless pictures can improve is muscle precision, but only if you try to be precise with your drawings.
Also I wanted to become faster at drawing, so I also watched tons of speedpaint videos.
Then I watched a video about how a paralyzed rat was