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    Complement Program for Adobe?

    I want any opinons on what would be a good program to "paint" with that will work with Adobe Photoshop 7. I'm looking to transfer a file between the two programs.

    What I'm looking for is something that will duplicate watercolors/oil paints and you can tweak the "drawing/painting" materials. That still is relatively easy to learn as you go.

    In an analogy: I have the coloring book, but I need a box of crayons.

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    There is a really good real-media painting program called Corel Painter... It is an awesome piece of software, but is not cheap ($400.00+) ....

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    Is this made by Adobe or just fashioned to work with the program and made by Corel? Sorry, if that's a dumb question. I don't know who makes what.

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    No its made by Corel, and it support the PSD format.... Basically is a real paint program that let you work with PSD files or create your own drawings....

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