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capturedbyKC
Posted: Wednesday, December 01, 2010 12:53:55 PM
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I am adding to this page to bump it for newbies and relative newbies like me who are always on the lookout for great software. I am also here to add another program to the list. A fellow zazzler mentioned to me, it is called Tierazon by Stephen Ferguson it is a Fractal program. I have dabbled in using Tierazon a little bit and it seems to work pretty well. It is a very interesting program with lots of options and seems to be more mathematical than other fractal programs I have tried but it is still easy to work with even if you aren't the sharpest pencil in the box in the math department lol. In this link is also a bunch of other fractal programs that are available...I have not had time to check into all of them so I apologize if the links are broken or if the software is a trial, etc. Many blessings!


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Posted: Wednesday, December 01, 2010 1:02:41 PM
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capturedbyKC wrote:
I am adding to this page to bump it for newbies and relative newbies like me who are always on the lookout for great software. I am also here to add another program to the list. A fellow zazzler mentioned to me, it is called Tierazon by Stephen Ferguson it is a Fractal program. I have dabbled in using Tierazon a little bit and it seems to work pretty well. It is a very interesting program with lots of options and seems to be more mathematical than other fractal programs I have tried but it is still easy to work with even if you aren't the sharpest pencil in the box in the math department lol. In this link is also a bunch of other fractal programs that are available...I have not had time to check into all of them so I apologize if the links are broken or if the software is a trial, etc. Many blessings!


Fractal Software Downloads




Tierazon Download I forgot to add the link to find the tierazon download. It is under "How do I get started?" on this page and just simply click the link on the word "Here" as it mentions tierazon and it will pop up on your screen as a folder that u may open or download.
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Posted: Thursday, January 27, 2011 2:18:13 PM

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something I use everyday is a Portable Apps package;

http://portableapps.com/

It's all freeware made portable so you can use it from a USB flash drive, or just drop it wherever you like on your computer.
If you download the launcher you can then pick and choose whichever software you want to install into it; GIMP, Inkscape, Blender (3D), and Open Office are all there and regularly updated along with lots of other stuff (all freeware) - this is very useful if you find yourself having to switch between different computers as any settings you change remain with the program and not somewhere on the host computer.
Not much use for Zazzling, but I'd recommend downloading Stellarium while you're there; it's amazing astronomy software, so you can identify all those constellations you see on clear nights - I'm certainly no astronomer but I love it!, as does everybody I've ever shown it to.
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A new piece of image editing software I've come across can be found here;

http://lmadhavan.com/software/fotografix/

I've not tried it out yet, but it sounds good (look at the reviews on the link above). It's absolutely tiny and despite apparently being easy to use still has layers - which many of us find absolutely essential and an area where many easy image editors fall down.
It's also available as a portable app at the site mentioned in the post above.

Steve.
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Posted: Friday, February 11, 2011 7:11:53 AM
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Hi Guys

What would be the best program for a beginner to use? You know something simple to use to get the feel of it all. Thanks Jerry
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@jerryroase,
depends exactly what you're wanting to do - but for basic image editing the link I posted above is well worth a look, it's got most of the features you need for adjusting, cropping and adding text to images but isn't overloaded with features you'll probably never use. As I mentioned above it uses layers, so when you add text to an image (for example) you can do this on a separate layer above the image, this means you can edit both elements separately without either of them affecting the other.

hope this is of some use,

Steve.
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Posted: Tuesday, March 08, 2011 8:22:30 PM
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i use a program called twisted brush. it has a completely free version which is extremely good and a pay for version which of course has more to it. but the free version is what i used for a long time. the free version also has the ability to purchase extra brush sets for very low prices which i also did. this program is very comparable to phooshop pro, even the free version. it can be gotten at this url:

http://www.pixarra.com

the free version is twisted brush open studio.

i also went to the tiera-zon website mentioned above. i downloaded the sterling-2 software which is free. i have really enjoyed it.
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here are links to a couple of free pieces of software which I use very day;

XnView can be thought of as a beefed up windows explorer which is particularly suited to graphics files. "XnView is a free software to view, organise, convert graphics and photos files or to create slide show, contact sheets, HTML pages"

get it here; http://www.xnview.com/

"Notepad++ is a free (as in "free speech" and also as in "free beer") source code editor and Notepad replacement that supports several languages. Running in the MS Windows environment, its use is governed by GPL License"

get it here; http://notepad-plus-plus.org/

Notepad++ is really useful for editing html/css etc, as well as being an excellent and powerful replacement for the windows notepad, as I've said; I use both of these programs every day.

Steve.
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I've posted this elsewhere and thought it would be a good idea to put it here too.

you can get a colour picker tool here;

http://www.nattyware.com/

it's absolutely tiny (11k), doesn't need to be installed and will give you colour references from anywhere on your screen (copy the code using a hotkey combination).

Also, in my post above about portableapps.com, I mentioned how I use this package on my everyday computers - not just portably. As an example of how useful this can be I needed to do a complete OS re-install the other day, after doing this I just dragged my portableapps package to the 'new' system and instantly had Open Office, Gimp, Blender, Firefox, Chrome, XnView, IrfanView, Skype etc. etc. available; all with their bookmarks, plug-ins, add-ons, customisations, preferences settings etc. Made the whole process much less painful!

Steve.
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Hi, LangOver 5 - should be added to this list...

LangOver 5.0 - is a freeware that helps when you tried to type in one language but the result was in another... Annoying, eh?! That's because the keyboard layout was in a wrong language, and you forgot to use "ALT+SHIFT"... NO MORE! With LangOver 5.0 you'll be able to convert your text quickly between languages. Just Click "F10" and your text will be fixed! LangOver 5 is free and Supports ANY language!


http://www.langover.com


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Posted: Tuesday, May 03, 2011 3:15:59 PM
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Good morning to the Zazzle world & welcome to all the new Zazzlers! I've taken the liberty to share these links to graphic,3D & photography software programs. Keep in mind some can be used with Zazzle and some cannot. Some are for personal use to doodle around with, I do think that most people on here LOVE ART so most of these are extremely fun. I've a passion for all types of artwork! Also I'm not new, just combined accounts under new name(wrong name), been with Zazzle since 12/23/07 then was in a severe car accident and put out of commision for quite sometime. But I'm better now and I'm back so I wanted to share this with everyone!

For new Zazzlers, Gimp is great and extremely user friendly & FREE, it can do just about anything once you learn it. If you love graphics and like working with brushes this is perfect for you. Also keep in mind that you can use SOME photo shop brushes with Gimp(ABR & GBR & some VBR), so that makes it #1 on my list! not everyone has $1,000 bucks to get photo shop, so thats why I recommend GIMP!

FYI For new Zazzle store creators, Very important!!!!---> Before downloading brushes make sure that they're FREE FOR COMMERCIAL USE!!! Keep the read me file that indicates exactly that! You may get asked by Zazzle for that proof of usage. Well I sure hope this helps everyone!

I really hope everyone enjoys these links, I wish you'll good fortune! Happy selling at Zazzle, Good luck & HAPPY CREATING!

William @ Create A Scene




1.Gimp – Very powerful image manipulation program, great for photo retouching and image creation. There are other downloads, GTK and runtime environment for this program to work properly.
This program currently runs on Linux, Windows (XP and Vista), Mac OSX, and some Unix based systems.
http://www.gimp.org/

2.Ultimate Paint – Image creation and manipulation program for Windows systems. This is a pretty compact and fast running graphics program with plenty of features. http://www.ultimatepaint.com/

3.Skencil – An interactive vector drawing program for Unix and Linux operating systems built on the Python language.
This program has tons of features like gradient fills, bezier curves and you can bend text along paths to name a few. http://www.skencil.org/

4.Pixia – Originally a Japanese only edition, Pixia is a very nice paint tool with full layers support and many other features.
The English version website does lack information and support so you will likely need to search the web for information on learning to use this tool.
This is currently a Windows only program and does support some drawing tablets.
http://park18.wakwak.com/~pixia/

5.InkScape – If you have been looking the free answer to Adobe Illustrator or CorelDraw, IncScape is a great alternative. T
his is a full featured vector graphics editor. The website has a tons of information,
tutorials and galleries of work created with the program, to give you a good idea of what you are getting involved with.
http://inkscape.org/

6.Paint.net – A free image and photo editing software for Windows based PC’s.
This program was voted #19 out of the top 100 programs of 2007 by PC World.
It has full support for layers and special effects, the tools are top notch and highly recommended by many users.
There is a strong online community for support and frequent updates to the software.
Comparable to Adobe Photoshop. http://www.getpaint.net/index.html

7.SmoothDraw NX – A freehand drawing tool designed for use with tablets.
Several choices of brushes and pencil strokes for creating realistic drawings.
Also auto smoothes lines if you are using a mouse to draw with.
http://www.smoothdraw.com/product/freeware.htm

8.ImageForge – An image editing and creation program for Windows systems.
Although this program is a little rougher than some of the others it still has some
nice features like easily creating 3D text, red-eye removal and you can easily create your own Windows screen savers.
http://www.cursorarts.com/ca_imffw.html

9.Project Dogwaffle – A painting and drawing program developed for the PC. Has a nice set of tools
and very functional, although does lack features of some large programs. http://www.thebest3d.com/dogwaffle/free/

10.Sodipodi – This is a vector based drawing program that operates on most Unix and Windows systems.
It has a ton of features like out of center gradients, patterned lines, dynamic
xml editor and you can easily create vertical text. http://www.sodipodi.com/index.3?section=home

11.Karbon14 – Another nice, full featured vector based drawing program released
under the GNU license. This program comes as part of the Koffice project which
includes a whole suite of tools in KDE. http://www.koffice.org/karbon/

12.ArtWeaver – A freeware paint and drawing program for Windows designed to simulate
natural brush tools and effects for artists used to working on canvas. It supports most
common file formats, has the standard editing tools like found in many popular graphics
programs and offers a few effects filters. http://www.artweaver.de/index.?en_version


13.GimpShopdotnet – This is a modified version of Gimp, designed to work and feel
more like Adobe Photoshop, allowing Photoshop users a comfortable free alternative.
http://gimpshopdotnet.blogspot.com/

14. ImageMagick – A nice command line program for editing and creating images.
There are a whole bunch of useful features like shearing and transforming images, f
lip, mirror and rotate images and a whole lot more.
http://www.imagemagick.org/script/index.

15.Terragen – Create amazing scenery and photorealistic images with this program.
This program comes with a lot of features including, terrain sculpting tools,
water and cloud generators, realistic sunlight creation and so much more.
Works with Windows and Mac OS systems.
http://www.planetside.co.uk/terragen/productmain.shtml

16.Google SketchUp – A powerful 3D software that allows quickly build 3D models.
The program is pretty easy to use and you can design and build everything from your
dream house to a favorite skyscraper. Works on Windows and Mac systems. http://sketchup.google.com/

17.Art of Illusion – An open-source 3D modeling and rendering studio written in Java and usable on most
Java Virtual Machines. On the website you can find some comprehensive tutorials on creating a human figure,
working with triangle meshes and more to give you a little better understanding of
how to use this nice program. http://www.artofillusion.org/

18.Blender – A top of the line 3D graphics program available for most operating systems.
This is a very powerful tool but does have a strong learning curve if you are not familiar
with these types of programs. On the website you can find a bunch of great tutorials,
galleries of previous work created with this application and a busy community to
answer any questions you may have. http://www.blender.org/

19.3D Canvas – A real-time 3D modeling and animation tool.
Easily create 3D scenes with drag-and-drop controls.
Customizable toolbars and interface and frame by frame animations
are only the start of this programs features.
http://www.amabilis.com/products.htm

20.Graphix – An open source graphics editor built to edit and create both
raster and vector images. Works one WINE and WinXP operating systems.
http://sourceforge.net/projects/ff-grafix/

21.3D Plus – This program definitely lacks some of the features of other full scale
3D programs, but it is very ease to use and works well for small quick jobs.
You can also purchase the extended version for $9.99.
http://www.serif.com/free-graphic-design-software/

22.Daz 3D – Calls itself a figure posing and animation tool,
basically you can use pre-created people, animals, vehicles, scenes and more,
to edit and manipulate them to create your own 3D and animated scenes.
The program itself is free, however most of the additional add-ons will cost you money.
With that said this is a very nice program to use for people of all skill levels
and highly recommended by many. http://www.daz3d.com/

23.Anim8or – A 3D modeling and animation program, that is available for download,
but kind of a still in progress program. It does have its bugs but is a very nice
program created by one person to handle what they wanted out of 3D software.
Some of its features include, a built in 3D object browser, true-type font support,
3D modeler, jointed character editor and a bunch others. http://www.anim8or.com/main/index.html

24.BRL-CAD – A cross platform 3D modeling program that includes ray-tracing for rendering,
interactive geometry editor and more. This program is not recommended for non-tech users.
http://sourceforge.net/projects/brlcad/

25.MindsEye – A nice freeware 3D modeling and rendering suite for Linux users.
eatures include a multi-scene/user concept that allows multiple people to work on the same
scenes or visa-versa, object oriented modeling, network support in the
MindsEye kernal and more. http://mindseye.sourceforge.net/


26.Maya Personal Learning Edition – Maya is an excellent, although expensive
3D graphics program. This is the free edition developed to give you the opportunity
to learn and use the program before purchasing. This edition has most every feature
available as in the standard version but it is for non-commercial use and your images
will be watermarked among other things.
http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/download/item?id=16324856&siteID=123112

27.Picassa – A free image editing program available in the Google Pack download.
This is a very light program but does support red-eye removal, photo correction
and most of the standard editing tools.
http://pack.google.com/intl/en/pack_installer.html?hl=en&gl=us&ai=Bz-IQBmsi
R5HJCKDcmASU9MmtAuzuhSGElpbIAsWNtwEAEAEgyqKABTgBUIfas8sEYMmOxo30pNAZoAGWl5z
9A7IBFHd3dy5zbmFwMm9iamVjdHMuY29tyAEB2gFIaHR0cDovL3d3dy5zbmFwMm9iamVjdHMuY29tLzIwMDcv
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28.IcoFX – A freeware Windows program for creating icons with more
than 40 different effects and custom filters.
http://icofx.ro/

29.Pixel Toolbox 1.1 – A nice suite of tools for creating desktop graphics on Windows systems.
With the program you can create wallpaper tiles, icons and cursors to name a few.
Easy to use interface and of course free to download.
http://www.axiomx.com/PixelToolbox/index.htm


30.ColorPic – A magnified color picker, designed to create color
palettes of up to 16 colors at once. You can easily pick any color from the screen,
colors shown in hex and decimal, adjust hue saturation and it works in Firefox,
Internet Explorer, Photoshop and many other applications.
http://iconico.com/colorpic/

31.Favicon Generator – This is a very nice web-based favicon generator.
You can easily and quickly convert your images to favicons for your website.
http://www.favicon.co.uk/

32.FastStone Image Viewer – A full featured image browser, converter and editor.
There are many features including, red-eye removal, cropping, emailing photos,
color adjustments and more. Program supports all major file formats and is compatible with Windows systems.
http://www.faststone.org/FSViewerDetail.htm

33.Icon Studio 1.2 – A free, simple to use icon editor and creator.
You can create icons in multiple sizes and color depths, flip, rotate, import from EXE and more.
http://www.softplatz.com/Soft/Graphics/Icon-Tools/CoffeeCup-Free-Icon-Studio.html

ruralfrance
Posted: Wednesday, June 29, 2011 10:58:16 AM
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After searching high and low for a PS replacement - not free, but comparatively cheap, I've just downloaded the trial for the undeservedly little-known Photoline - I'm impressed, and I'm definitely going that route. It has everything that my old Photoshop 7 had and loads more. Though a steep learning curve in some areas, if you're used to PS, it's not that hard, just different - I couldn't get on with Gimp at all. It's one of the very few cheaper (59€) photo editing programs that will do CMYK conversions as well. Curves, levels, layers with all the overlay & light settings and effects, a pen tool and vectors, filters, text on paths - even kerning!, HDR, distortions, chromatic aberration etc., and you can also work on 16 bit files which PS7 won't do, open RAW files and save in just about everything including PNG, and it's fast. It has a nice 'frames' feature that I can see coming in handy here. Many PS plugins are compatible and it will open layered PSD files. Probably more useful for photographers. Mac and Windows compatible.
http://www.pl32.com
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I didn't see this anywhere on here, so I thought I'd mention it:
Open Source Alternatives

It's a site that lets you search for...wait for it...open source alternatives to expensive professional programs. I've found some wonderful stuff there.

And ruralfrance:I've never heard of Photoline before, so I'm off to check it out. What I have used as a PS replacement is Paint.NET. It's basically a Photoshop clone, but open source. I've used it for years.
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Posted: Thursday, July 07, 2011 2:44:53 AM
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Thanks Steve and CreateAScene - great help.Roses Roses
Anne
Posted: Sunday, July 31, 2011 6:03:08 AM
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EloquentPeasant wrote:
I use:

Inkscape for vector - http://www.inkscape.org/

the GIMP for raster - http://www.gimp.org/

Blender for 3D modeling - http://www.blender.org/

POV Ray for 3D graphics (command line program with platform specific GUIs available)- http://www.povray.org/

All are cross platform, freely downloadable and freely licensed.

For source pics I use:

Open Clipart Library (Public Domain Vector Clip Art)- http://www.openclipart.org/

Wikimedia Commons (many Public Domain and free for commercial use pics) - http://commons.wikimedia.org/

Flickr - http://www.flickrcom/ - (many Creative Commons pics free for commercial use)




Thanks so much for sharing! I would love to get going with Blender, it looks really awesome, however it won't install properly on my PC (Windows Vista 64bit). It says config directory with "startup.blend" file not found ...
haven't found a solution to that ...
I got very motivated to get this to work after watching this:
http://www.blenderguru.com/the-top-10-animations-of-2009/
sc0001
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@sunnysites,

is it the 64 bit version of Blender you have?, and if so have you tried the 32 bit version to see if that works?.
Also have you tried downloading the zip version as opposed to the installer - just unzip it to wherever you like and try running it. There may be a problem with the dreaded Vista UAC when using the installer version.

Steve.

EDIT: There are some alternate builds of Blender here;

http://graphicall.org/

the most recent just happens to be a 64bit Windows version, I've used a version from there with the Yafaray renderer built into it.

Just Win 64bit are here;

http://graphicall.org/windows/64bit
Anne
Posted: Sunday, July 31, 2011 7:23:42 AM
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sc0001 wrote:
@sunnysites,

is it the 64 bit version of Blender you have?, and if so have you tried the 32 bit version to see if that works?.
Also have you tried downloading the zip version as opposed to the installer - just unzip it to wherever you like and try running it. There may be a problem with the dreaded Vista UAC when using the installer version.

Steve.

EDIT: There are some alternate builds of Blender here;

http://graphicall.org/

the most recent just happens to be a 64bit Windows version, I've used a version from there with the Yafaray renderer built into it.

Just Win 64bit are here;

http://graphicall.org/windows/64bit

Sweet angel on my path, thank you so much!
I just tried installing the 32bit version,even though i have 64 bit and it seems to work, despite giving at first the same error message ... curious!
Will continue exploring, but thanks so much!
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Hi sunnysites,

I use Blender for all my work and its really worth giving a try. One thing to be aware of is that Blender 2.5 is currently still in development and isn't yet feature complete.

A good site to start learning Blender is Blender Cookie

If you have any questions try Blender Newbies Everyone there is very friendly and will gladly help you out.

Another good site for tutorials is Blender Nerd

For Blender news visit Blender Nation
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Posted: Friday, September 02, 2011 12:32:10 PM

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Thanks, such an awesome list!
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Hey peoples, I would advise you to avoid Blender Guru. The site has been hacked Crying
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awesome... thank you!
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You can now visit Blender GuruGrin They have solved the problem, looks like it was an add on the site that caused the problem.
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Posted: Tuesday, October 04, 2011 3:28:29 AM
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Thanks for the links! I love trying various programs. A few I use are:

http://www.artweaver.de/
http://www.fotosketcher.com/
http://www.aviary.com/
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Check out the Fractal Science Kit fractal generator at:

Fractal Science Kit: http://www.fractalsciencekit.com/
Fractal Science Kit Image Gallery: http://www.fractalsciencekit.com/gallery/gallery.htm
Tutorials: http://www.fractalsciencekit.com/tutorial/intro.htm
Fractal Example Download: http://www.fractalsciencekit.com/tutorial/examples/examples.htm

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Posted: Tuesday, November 01, 2011 7:22:15 AM
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i will definitely suggest

GIMP (work just like Photoshop)
http://www.gimp.org/




InkScape (Vector, just like Illustrator)
http://inkscape.org/download/?lang=en
Debra at New Day Gardens
Posted: Wednesday, December 14, 2011 7:27:51 AM

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Great thread! I have some exploring to do with these tools.

Can anyone recommend a simple, easy to use tool for cropping images into circular & other shapes?

Also, can you recommend a tool for making curved text, or text that follows other shapes, that can be overlaid on an image?
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thanks all !
Nely
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My favorites are Picnik.com and PhotoFiltre Grin I think everybody know this two xD

In www.picnik.com its easiest (for me) to create Pictures... but I am not actually anymore hehe

stopnbuy
Posted: Sunday, January 15, 2012 2:39:04 PM
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Nely wrote:
My favorites are Picnik.com and PhotoFiltre Grin I think everybody know this two xD

In www.picnik.com its easiest (for me) to create Pictures... but I am not actually anymore hehe


Is picnik available for commercial use. I only use picnik.com to resize my images.
Is it true, before using its stickers & fonts, you need to take permission from an author?
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