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    Default Hi! Really excited to learn...

    Hi all! So I think my story is a familiar one. Been running D&D for a few years, love using maps and other visual aids, and have recently started learning how to make them myself on Photoshop! (I still use CS2 'cause it was freeeee)

    I'm still definitely new at it, but I hope to learn more by talking to people on here and practicing.

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    Guild Expert Kellerica's Avatar
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    Ah, the good ol' CS2. Used that baby for years, only very recentely jumped on the CC bandwagon. It is a very handy software, even to this day. Be sure to check out the Photoshop tutorials here at the Guild if you haven't already, they are a few that are extremely useful in getting the hang of mapping and using PS in general.

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    Hello and welcome,
    Im a new join myself and just wanted to spread some love! Hope to see some of your wook soon.

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    Guild Member Facebook Connected joaodafi's Avatar
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    Hi, and welcome.

    I recomend you to get GIMP, its free, powerfull and have a lot of usefull tools, also gProjector if you are intrested in world maps.
    Sorry any grammatical error, I'm better with Portuguese than English.

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    hello ristaccia! looking forward to seeing your photoshop maps~
    avatar by chuckdrawsthings. thanks chuck!



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    I used CS2 for ages because it was free... check out Krita and Photopea, also noteworthy free softwares.

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