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Program for Creating steam sprays

#1savagetvfanPosted 7/13/2014 4:19:34 PM
What a good free program for my to create my own sprays. I want to have cool texts and good coloring.
#2savagetvfan(Topic Creator)Posted 7/13/2014 6:43:39 PM
anybody?
#3TimePharaohPosted 7/13/2014 6:44:53 PM
Photoshop
#4harcoreblazerPosted 7/13/2014 6:45:18 PM
I thought it was something more along the lines of:

"Program used to create Steam propagates".
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#5savagetvfan(Topic Creator)Posted 7/14/2014 11:48:35 AM
anything a bit simpliar then photoshop? something that isnt illegal free too.
#6RosencroitzPosted 7/14/2014 11:49:38 AM
Paint.
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#7kill2thisPosted 7/14/2014 1:06:55 PM
Gimp.
#8GeminiX7Posted 7/14/2014 1:14:08 PM
savagetvfan posted...
anything a bit simpliar then photoshop? something that isnt illegal free too.


GIMP, the freeware alternative to PS. It's alittle less intuitive than PS, IMO, but it is fully functional and completely free.
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#9arleasPosted 7/14/2014 1:24:34 PM
http://tfsprays.com/
gimp
http://nemesis.thewavelength.net/index.php?c=178

I actually used to use VTFedit to make animated sprays of boobs bouncing around as a distraction spray to catch the 14 year olds. It works pretty well when you know what you're doing with it.
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#10KillerTrufflePosted 7/14/2014 1:25:22 PM
I'm apparently out of the loop. What's a "spray" in relation to Steam?

If all you're talking about is some sort of picture tho, well, you're looking at MS Paint, Paint.net, or GIMP as pretty much the primary three free options. MS Paint is very limited, and lousy for much of anything other than a quick crop job or text overlay IMO. Paint.net isn't bad, although I haven't used it much (seeing as I do have and prefer Photoshop). GIMP is fairly powerful, but its interface leaves a lot to be desired, and it can be pretty complicated to figure out how to do some simple things, since it doesn't seem to like sticking to standard interface options quite to much.
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