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What's the best program...

1 emerald 18 replies 92 views | started 06/02/2018 9:46 am by Congueror
Hey guys so lately i've been making Texture Packs and Mods and to make the textures I used photoshop. One day I saw other texture packs and I was like ''Or they are complete pros or they use another program'' so yea. I wanted to know if there's another program better than photoshop for making textures

Thanks in advance to anyone who helps me :)
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Congueror
Level 19 : Journeyman Engineer
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06/14/2018 12:47 am
Level 22 Expert Engineer
ShelLuser
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There is no best program. The program does not define the artist, and most importantly: what works for me doesn't have to work for you.
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06/03/2018 10:36 am
Level 11 Journeyman Architect
Toasty278
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Photoshop is nice program, but I personally use GIMP, paint.net or Paint Tool SAI if I need to change something. Try them and maybe you'll like it.
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06/03/2018 8:34 am
Level 38 Artisan Pixel Puncher
Mercy_
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GIMP, free and while it takes a little bit of time to get into, once you get it, it can make resourcepack creating a lot easier! :D
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06/02/2018 11:36 am
Level 50 Grandmaster Grump
Azie
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Paint.NET or GIMP are both free and are both perfectly capable of making textures. McSkin3D also has some texture pack functionality-- most notably for mobs.
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06/03/2018 9:06 am
Level 56 Grandmaster Modder
HbTextures
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Paint.NET is my absolute favourite, too bad that it's not avalible for linux. I either use Pinta which is a cheap knock-off (which is buggy, laggy but just good enough for most things) or a VM with Paint.NET for all the features that Pinta either lacks or crashes when using them.
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06/02/2018 12:38 pm
Level 19 Journeyman Engineer
Congueror
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and am also surprised that a moderator replied. WOW. lol
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06/02/2018 12:38 pm
Level 19 Journeyman Engineer
Congueror
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Thank you very much
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06/02/2018 7:22 pm
Level 7 Apprentice Modder
PlayaXD
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personally, i use photoshop but its kinda complicated for beginners
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06/02/2018 11:06 am
Level 2 Apprentice Mage
RileyRiolu
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For texture packs and mods, stick with photoshop or use paint.net. For skins, I use the minecraftskins.com skin editor.
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06/02/2018 11:16 am
Level 19 Journeyman Engineer
Congueror
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Is that how you made your mods?
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06/02/2018 10:36 am
Level 22 Expert Goblin
videogamer1002
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you should try realworld paint
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06/02/2018 10:49 am
Level 19 Journeyman Engineer
Congueror
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Seems a pretty good program I might use that
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06/02/2018 10:11 am
Level 8 Apprentice Cake
MmanGamer14
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MCSkin3D or Novaskin.
They both give you a 3D view of whatever texture you are editing.
As for audio, I recommend Audacity.
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06/02/2018 10:44 am
Level 19 Journeyman Engineer
Congueror
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I saw some screenshots of it and all of them was for minecraft skins (I use nova skin to make my skin but I once tried to make a texture and I didn't enjoy very it was kinda laggy or some sort)
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06/02/2018 10:47 am
Level 8 Apprentice Cake
MmanGamer14
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The screenshots display the skin editor, but the program can edit any texture.
It's in the dropdown menu, you will see it.

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