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jeremy 12-30-2004 08:24 PM

Graphics App of the Year
 
A new Award this Year.

slakmagik 12-30-2004 10:02 PM

I'm not really a graphics 'artiste' - I use the gimp when I have to, but the ImageMagick suite is a fantastic toolkit for most anything. GQView and [X]ZGV also make good quick viewers. I'd probably vote for ImageMagick just because it's how I grab my screenshots. ;)

reddazz 12-31-2004 01:29 AM

How about inkscape and sodipodi?

n0xvb 12-31-2004 02:51 AM

Even though the developers continually break it, I like ImageMagick :smile:

bobbens 12-31-2004 04:19 AM

Blender for the win, really small, fast, easy to use and powerfull!!! I really like the new video tutorial section on their website.

vharishankar 12-31-2004 04:25 AM

GIMP is really good because I can create quick web graphics quite quickly.

I've tried 3d designing, but I am really poor at 3d graphics, so I gave up on blender long ago. Also Blender's interface is too unintuitve.

druuna 12-31-2004 04:32 AM

Gimp.

Great for all the 'small' thinmgs I need it for.

darkleaf 12-31-2004 08:28 AM

Those things aren't really comparable. Scribus is way different than the GIMP and gphoto is really needed to get those pics of a camera. I like the gimp most though. I'd get the pics on my pc in one way or another anyway and scribus has those ugly KDE graphics but is good as well.

mjjzf 12-31-2004 08:53 AM

Exactly what I thought: Not very comparable. I like to use both Scribus and Gimp, but not exactly for the same things!

davecs 12-31-2004 09:23 AM

Scribus is pure class. Yes I like GIMP, however, it's been around a long time and hasn't really progressed that much. Scribus has gone from a joke program to a professional quality Desktop Publisher in a short while and deserves all the plaudits it's been getting!

OmegaBlac 12-31-2004 02:20 PM

I voted for GIMP but I really like the stuff that can be done with imagemagick on the command line.

kesara 01-01-2005 05:42 AM

GIMP rules the Open Source graphics division;-)

mysterio 01-01-2005 07:01 AM

Gimp does a good job at what I need to do, what little I use it.
But I have to admit I've never tried the others.

Snowolf 01-01-2005 10:55 AM

GIMP.

bitpicker 01-01-2005 02:32 PM

Though GIMP is great, Inkscape is my choice this time around because it has got so far this year. I really need a powerful vector graphics software...

Robin


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