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I am looking for a program to replace corel draw, and adobe illustrator, the important thing here is that I need the layering ability for screen printing, anybody know what program kicks ms's butt in this area for linux ???
well I appreciate the link for sodipodi, however for my particular application it won't work. Yes screenprinting is how you get pictures onto t-shirts for example. I need to be able to have a layering capability that will allow me to load a picture, and print one color at a time, till the complete picture is on the t-shirt. This example shows exactly what I need to be able to accomplish...
Yes XavierP, actually my sister is getting into the business, unfortunately they only reccomend Adobe Illustrator & corel draw, I have her sold on letting me delete windows, and installing linux, and being able to do what she wants, unfortunately I can not find a suitable program that is made for linux to do this either, guess she is going to have to hack the programs or come up with about a $1000.00 to get these programs they reccomend. I guess this is pretty specialized software she is trying to get her hands on. I did a lot of searching also, just figured some of the masters at this forum here may know of a better program. Anyway if she does have to go this route, maybe I can get her programs to work under wine or wineX, and Slackware.
Wuck, you are exactly right, I will look into this immediately, I appologize to everyone, as I don't always make myself very clear. Yes handling layers is exactly what I need to do, I guess I'll have my sister over and We'll have to play with the program a little bit.