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How is my thumbnail?

Discussion in 'Arts & Banner Showcase' started by Invader Plays, Dec 5, 2018.

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  1. Invader Plays

    Invader Plays

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    I have tried a few other programs to make my thumbnails. But windows paint is the best one for me at the moment.
    If you know of a better one I would try it out.
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    Posted Dec 5, 2018,
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  2. BasicT

    BasicT

    Hey there! It seems you are very good at using windows paint. However, I wouldn't recommend using Windows Paint as it doesn't have enough features and in general, isn't the best. Now, this is were paint.net comes in handy.
    Paint.net is a free software mostly made for people who either can't afford PhotoShop or for those who in general, are just practicing art. Like like to refer to it as "Mini-Photoshop".
    More information can be found here.


     
    Posted Dec 5, 2018
  3. Joiined

    Joiined

    Hello, there! I have to say, you are talented with window's paint. I would definitely not have the ability to make thumbnails like you do. Even though you do make beautiful art with these thumbnails, there are plenty of other software that would give an even better outcome than what you currently have. I personally recommend doing some research on some other softwares out there. Some are some good options: Canva, paint.net, etc. Anyways, nice job, and good luck!
     
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  4. CourierID

    CourierID

    This is actually really impressive MS paint, although there are much better alternatives out there

    Some that come to mind are Krita, Paint.Net, GIMP and there are many more. MS paint is really limited and if you ever want to do any thing more complex (although your work is pretty good) you might want to think about switching off. I recommend Krita and while I am not much of an artist it's free and from what I've heard from my artist friends it's pretty good.
     
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  5. Invader Plays

    Invader Plays

    Thank you all for the feedback!
    I am going to check out paint.net right now.
     
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  6. DiamondBudderAxe

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