Ever Heard of ‘Gravit,’ the Free Browser-Based Alternative to Adobe Illustrator & Fireworks?

Have you ever found yourself in need to create a logo, website mockup, or any variant of a digital illustration, but you don’t have the cash to buy expensive software from Adobe? Well, I’ve got some great news for you! Let me introduce you Gravit, a robust illustration program that works in your browser, so you DON’T need to download ANY software!

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Watch These Photoshop Experts Try/Fail at Using Photoshop 1.0

Photoshop, the program that allows its users to crop, manipulate, and perfect pictures from less-than-stellar creations to creative masterpieces, recently celebrated its Twenty-Fifth birthday. So for the sake of educating the public on the history of such a great piece of software and for the LOLs, CreativeLive decided to provide such a great service.  The group asked a collection of current well-known Photoshop designers — Dave Cross, Jared Platt, Ben Willmore, Chris Orwig, Julieanne Kost, Aaron Nace, Tim Grey, Matt Kloskowski, and Jason Hoppe — to take a quick dive into the original Photoshop 1.0, and disastrous hilarity ensued.

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Metro Subs Cheap Photoshop Fanboys Del Rey – WIRed #89

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It’s time for Episode 89 of WIRed, where Montez McCrary discusses the AIA 25 Year Award winner — The DC Metro –, cheap alternatives to Adobe PhotoShop, how annoying fanboys and fangirls are ruining gaming, and the awesome Sara Del Rey; because she’s awesome! Welcome to WIRed, bringing you the nerdy-geekery on architecture, technology, gaming, and pro wrestling. Continue reading “Metro Subs Cheap Photoshop Fanboys Del Rey – WIRed #89”

Love PhotoShop? Don’t Have The $$$? Here’s Some Alternatives!

I love using Adobe PhotoShop (my old, er, “classic” CS3 version of it); it allows me to touch-up photos, create graphical designs from scratch or translate them from sketches, and creating presentation images and graphics. However, for most of the population, PhotoShop offers WAY TOO MANY features to explore and wade through, and it costs WAY TOO MUCH money (moolah, cash, coin, duckets, paper, Benjamins) to spend, and is likely too complicated to use for normal, minimal tasks. Well, that’s what you have The PractitioNERD is here for, and we’re going to share my three favorite of the best and powerful (and CHEAP) alternatives to Adobe PhotoShop that still have tons of features. Continue reading “Love PhotoShop? Don’t Have The $$$? Here’s Some Alternatives!”