I've been getting into digital art a bit more recently, but I have come to realise that all the programs I was using when I stopped are really bad. Any suggestions? I have to keep on a budget, too, like all other millenials.
I have been using something called "Krita." It is a free platform and has a decent amount of tools. It also has a few other stuff that I never use. I generally free hand everything, so, yeah... Overall it is a great free program. probably not the most powerful program though.Example of my stuff from Krita
Can it do anything more cartoony?
FireAlpaca works just fine, and is free to boot. You can even animate with it!
Thanks, I'll check it out.
ould reccomend something, but i dont do digital art. rip.
Paint.net is good.
You really think so?
Why is it bad?
From my experience with it.
@prpldragon uses Clip Studio. I just got it myself. It seems pretty cool, though my experience with it is really limited.
though I don't recommend it from a price perspective, but I use the recent Adobe Photoshop
however CS2 (and I believe CS3 as well) are free IIRC.
and I tried Fire Alpaca as well, it was pretty good
If you're looking for an affordable 3d modeling program I cannot recommend Blender highly enough. Superb software.
I already have that.
PaintTool SAI is what I use.
I've already checked that, but because I have a couple of corrupted files, it deletes it everytime I try to install it.
Is there a Mr. Paint?
Actually some of the stuff people make are pretty lit
Yeah, but I'm used to traditional art, so I need pressure sensitivity.