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Art Supplies
26-08-2014, 03:05 PM,
#1
kaolincash
Photo  Art Supplies
YO NERDS

This is a thread where you can post any resources you think other people might find useful for arting and supplying.

Adobe have released the their CS2 package for free on their site, you just need a free adobe account to download it:
Adobe Creative Suite 2
[DIRECT DOWNLOADS]
(.exe files and serials in case you can't access the above link for whatever reason)

Please feel free to update this thread with more resources, but try not to clutter it up with unnecessary responses. It's prolly a better idea just to thank users using the button at the bottom of their posts when they post something you find useful. It'll be easier for other people to find stuff, that way.

Enjoy!

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26-08-2014, 10:18 PM,
#2
spooksie
RE: Art Supplies
Paint Tool SAI Portable / Pre-Activated (run sai.exe)
I've scanned every file with avast, Malwarebytes, and virustotal, so it should be safe, I use it myself. :-)

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03-09-2014, 03:25 AM, (This post was last modified: 03-09-2014, 03:25 AM by Myke.)
#3
Myke
RE: Art Supplies
article on why it's better to study independently than go to art school
good tutorials and stuff
blog where various artists share tips and stuff
HD index painting + photoshop resources (other pixel stuff on the blog I haven't looked much)
blender 3D wikibook
pepakura wiki for cosplay things
royalty-free photos for reference and practice
virtual lighting simulator
pose studies
more of same
and more still (site has other articles with good advice)
more royalty-free photos
textures and stuff
generates palettes from images
photosets of people doing active things
costume references for various time periods
pixel art tutorials/advice
one of coelasquid's tutorials (find the others they're all good)

have more on stumbleupon and my art blog, will post those later
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03-09-2014, 04:55 AM,
#4
sketchytk
RE: Art Supplies
If you're like me you probably have 1000+ fonts and do not want to flip through all of them when adding text to a design. So here is an online (& downloadable) app that allows you to browse all the fonts on your compooter.

Font Picker

For website developers:

Favicon Generator

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03-09-2014, 09:21 AM,
#5
spooksie
RE: Art Supplies
If you want to make custom desktop icons easily and quickly:
ConvertIcon
Colour Schemes:
Palleton Colour Scheme Designer

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