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So me and my mate are creating a comic book series, now the idea is he draws it all by hand, then i move it on to the computer, and colour render it all and put it on the web, now ive been looking for a couple of hours and am struggling to find the best program to colour all of the comic book, all it needs to be able to do is import and have a nice big range of options for colouring and filling in. also what would be the best way to get a normal A4 piece of paper onto a program that wont just htink its a whole object but also know where lines are.

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Personal opinion here, but i don't think you can go wrong buying Illustrator. Its good because you can use vector graphics for rendering . Vector graphics scale much better than any other method, so you don't lose your quality when you need to downsize for magazine size.


a older version if price is a consideration


New price fro Adobe is $599. But, if you were to buy illustrator 9 for around $100 you could then upgrade to the new version for $199. You will need to check with Adobe on what older version you can still upgrade to CS3 with. I upgraded to iillustrator 10 years ago with a illustrator 8 CD i bought from Ebay.

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