I am a graphic artist and I have been asked to do a pretty big project. Unfortunately, I don’t have any real editing software, and what I have been using to “wing it” with won’t work this time for something this professional and important.
I have been looking at a couple G4s for Mac and Photoshop software (was able to use those items for free at school and can’t anymore) to buy, but I truly can’t afford it now that my car has broken down.
This CorelDraw software is on sale for less than $100 instead of being over $400 and I was thinking about getting it. Would anyone recommend it or am I wasting my time? I am going to slowly save for a used Mac and the program Adobe Illustrator CS3.
I would buy the Illustrator CS3 now, but I can’t afford it AND afford the MAC since it would be a waste to buy the expensive software for a PC.
Right now Academic Superstore have the Illustrator software for about $200…and I hope that it’s on sale again by the time I can afford it because the MSRP is about $600!!!
HELP PLEASE! Thanks in advance.
I have Corel Graphics Suite X3. I find that the software is pretty good but I get frustrated with the lack of information out there, for it. I’ve even asked questions about it on Yahoo Answers and got very few answers. I’ve yet to find a manual. It’s not like say… Adobe Photoshop where you have a large selection of manuals and tutorials. That’s one of my biggest frustrations with the software.
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