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1. coolhewitt2317 March 2015, 14:22 GMT +01:00

I'm considering investing in new software to create high quality artwork. I already have adobe photoshop and illustrator. I was looking at zbrush but I'm not sure if its good. Does anybody have any recommendations?

2. xymonau17 March 2015, 18:00 GMT +01:00

If you're looking for three dimensional software, Messiah is another very high quality one.

3. xymonau18 March 2015, 15:12 GMT +01:00

If you are artistic, then perhaps a high end graphic tablet might be appropriate?

Since Photoshop is considered the top line, maybe you would be better off investing in some quality tutorials for it. I am still using very old technology in PhotoImpact, and I still find features I didn't know it had. Photoshop has seemingly endless capacity.

4. coolhewitt2318 March 2015, 15:20 GMT +01:00

I like Photoshop but I have trouble finding suitable brushes. I found a couple of free brush website but you can't sell the work if you use their brushes. I have a small Wacom tablet that I use for painting but I will be upgrading it soon. A good table costs about $300 usd.

5. Jannatul_Shumi27 April 2015, 11:24 GMT +02:00

I think if you are interested in doing editing task then Photoshop is a good choice and if you are looking for logo design or other creative design then illustrator should be good enough.

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