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Discussion in 'Vehicle Wraps' started by MafiaWraps, Dec 22, 2009.

  1. MafiaWraps

    MafiaWraps Member

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    just curious if this is a decent program to mess around on and get my feet wet? never played in photoshop so i just wanted some opinions....:thankyou:
     
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  2. J Hill Designs

    J Hill Designs Major Contributor

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    I'd stick with mspaint :thumb: j/k yeah I would get to know it - hopefully you mean cs3..photoshop 3 was early '90's or earlier...
     
  3. MafiaWraps

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    what would be a fair price for this , used? also comes with a 1000 brushes:help
     
  4. mikey-Oh

    mikey-Oh Very Active Member

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    i hope you mean cs3, photoshop 13. it's great for raster artwork, not so much on vector.
     
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    LoL threw me for a loop with the thread title. Since Photoshop 3 came out in '94 I don't think you would be making wraps in that anytime soon. CS3 (is actually v10.0) is perfect
     
  6. MafiaWraps

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    yes its cs3
     
  7. zmatalucci

    zmatalucci Premium Subscriber

    I use cs3 and ai all the time. Excellent programs..and you will need both-- imo
    The brushes hold no value as they are generally free and easily created.
     
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  8. There are a lot of great tutorials on it that are pretty easy to follow. I got a copy of Aurora Graphics Pro Designer 1 and 2 that were excellent tools to learn from. They are designed specifically for teaching how to design in Photoshop CS3 for the sign and wrap business. I highly recommend both of them, it will save you tons of time than trying to learn it from a book. I took a few Photoshop classes at the local college but they are more greared toward photo manipulation and photo retouching, it gave me a good basis to start but though overall it was a waste of time because it was not geared toward the sign business. I did not care very much about learning how to erase wrinkles off some dried up old fossil and making someones boobs bigger. Get the DVD's you won't regret it!
     
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