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freeware like CS3 and Painter for Mac


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Hi

Does anyone know if there is something similar to CS3 and painter X for Mac ?

You know how Neooffice has everything in one package...

anything?

I tried some stuff like scribe but its for universal and I have intel. so no luck.
Please help!
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try Gimp for image manip like photoshop, and inkscape for vector graphics.



and about universal:
universal is an app type that works on both intel and ppc macs, so to help the 'transition' to intel macs. so it should work, or were u scared to down' it?
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Well it's not free, but ArtRage is a very inexpensive alternative to Painter.

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www.photobucket.com now has an edit option that you can do QUITE a bit with, add text, crop, resize, blemish & wrinkle remover, add border, add "stamps" effects etc etc. Its pretty extensive and useful, and completely free.

She figured out that the only way to keep from being frozen was to stay in motion,
and long ago converted most of her flesh into liquid.
Now when she smells danger, she spills herself all over, like gasoline, and lights it.
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