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AREM
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Post: #16
Gatti,

since photoshop supports .tiff files I'm just using the tiff to get my art and stuff into graphic converter which does support .pict files.
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Post: #17
*blinks*

Photoshop supports PICT files...
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Nibbie
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Post: #18
Erazor, I hate to disagree but: Photoshop is AMAZING for pixeling!
[Image: Arius_1.2.gif] <- a few hours in photoshop.
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Sage
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Post: #19
I have to agree with ERaZer, Photoshop's indexed color functions are pretty minimal. If you want to make 16 color sprites, Delexepaint or old Paintworks Gold are better.

Of course, for photos, Photoshop is hard to beat:

[Image: banana.jpg]
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Post: #20
You don't have to use indexed color mode Grin
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AREM
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Post: #21
Bachus,

I realized that photoshop supports pict files, but the pict files don't support layers, and thats what I need.
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poland
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Post: #22
Do you really need something good? or are you just greedy?Rasp
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Post: #23
Quote:Originally posted by AREM
I realized that photoshop supports pict files, but the pict files don't support layers, and thats what I need.

any file can be layered - after you open it just convert it to RGB. when you're done, Save As as pict. this works for .gifs too
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ricuse7
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Post: #24
Thanks for all the ideas... hmmm now If I could only get time to do it all.
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AREM
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hey... this is my post!Grin
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