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Painter Essentials 3
Quickie PC Mag review:
Let's Go Digital:
Painter Essentials 3 vs. Painter IX side-by-side feature comparison (.pdf format)
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When comparing the two it would be easy to be blown away by how many more brush styles Painter IX has, but many people I know use less than a dozen brushes (a core group of favorites). So, don't let the brush option difference be a showstopper.
Although I have not seen Essentials, don't hesitate to ask questions on features. I (or someone) will be glad to give an opinion on importance.
I have an email from Corel saying that Painter Essentials 3 is available for download for $69 until 11/30.05. Has anyone had any experience with this program?
I sent you the e-mail address of someone who recently got Essentials 3 and seems to like it a lot. Don't hesitate to ask him all the questions you like.
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(sorry... out of respect for this guy's privacy, I won't be posting his e-mail address on the forum)
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