> > > Hi all.
> > > I have a big problem, which NO ONE has been able to help me with.
> > > I also have programs like Photoshop 3, PaintShopPro, and so on,
> > > but these just cannot compare with Brilliance. So, if ANY of
> > > you have ANY information on what pixutils there are for any
> > I too have noticed the lack of a very full featured and intuitive paint
> > program for either the MAC or PC compared to D-Paint And Brilliance. I
> > currently use Paint Shop PRO a shareware program on my PC.
I find this conversation pretty odd, fondly remembering the days of 16
color hi-res, ham artifacting, no special effect filters, and bare bones
feature sets. DP was good in it's day (what else were we gonna use?) but
to say there is nothing out there like that on the PC? Take Painter 4
and a Wacom tablet for a spin and you'll really see painting (I wouldn't
consider Paint Shop Pro a "paint" program).
Not to knock the Amiga, I have been on 'em for 10+ years (half of those
years writing for Amazing Computing) and use Amigas daily at our studio
(http://www3.edgenet.net/wctv) but I don't regret selling my 4000 to
enter the PC world of Kai, Painter, Photoshop, Corel Photo Paint,
Expression, and Dabbler.
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