I’ve seen a couple mdention gthis program. Most notibly, BugMan2000.

It’s your favorite newbie. LOL. I have that program. Is there a web site and tutorials for that also?


Oh, BugMan, I’m really enjoying the tutorial for Blender you gave me. HUGE help!

everything on there (wait im not sure about that one)

This is the blender general i think you’re meant to ask questions about blender not about gimp but oh wells.

personally i dont like GIMP, get Adobe Photoshop CS.

The Gimp is free, as Blender is.
Photoshop CS 2 isn’t, just as Lightwave or Maya aren’t.

I went from Photoshop to Gimp after migrating to Linux, and I found that it works perfectly.

You can find a lot of tutorials on,, and other sites…

Google is your friend!

And while you’re at it, get Maya and ZBrush instead of Blender, I heard it’s, more powerful!

And while you’re at it, get Maya and ZBrush instead of Blender, I heard it’s, more powerful![/quote]

Sure, I’ll get them. Got cash you’re giving out? LOL

Chits expensive.

Let me tell you a little story.

The first photo manipulation program I ever used was Paint Shop Pro, I thought it was really good, and at first I thought it was even better than Photoshop even though I hadn’t tried it.

I tried Photoshop, and still liked Paint Shop Pro better for a while, but then I got a real copy of it, and after using it for quite a while, I then thought that it was way better than Paint Shop Pro.

A few months ago, I downloaded blender, and I read a bit on this forum, and found something they called the “GIMP”, so I thought I’d give it a try. At first I didn’t like it at all, everything was so clumpsy I thought, and not in “one window” as in Photoshop. But after a while, I got more used to it, and now I prefer it.

People don’t like change, but change is a good thing. Especially when it’s open source. :smiley: