Kenmo wrote:Anyone else try this app?
No, I haven't. I'd love to try it out, but I don't have time... maybe next week!
I think Digital Artist should have an information box listing good software, what it can do, and the price, and it should be present in every issue. It doesn't have to be very big, but it would be good and important information for the readers.
However, even if a program is great (and free), it's important to be careful. Personally I always wait until the sites are "cleared" by for instance SiteAdvisor. Also, it's important to check the files with an anti-virus program. And then the license agreement is rather important too. Example: Aviary's Raven is free, but you save the pictures on their servers, and they can use them without paying you any royalties. So even if I'm not a professional, I won't be using that one... Isn't that what Facebook do too? They reserve the right to use peoples pictures in any way they like, without having to pay royalties? Just a word of warning: Be careful, or you may not have control over your own pictures!
Thankfully, I can use Inkscape a little, although I would like Digital Artist to make some tutorials for it. It's really more advanced than you think when you start it up.