Image via Pixabay.
I asked my Windows 10 user guide, “Can I use Adobe’s Creative Cloud and MS Paint for Windows 7?”
It says this:
Creative Cloud is a great tool for professional content creation. It can be used to create multimedia works of art and also for photo-realistic or vector-based work. With CC, you can build new work, export it as a work from the cloud, share it to the world, and even post it in social media. The app is available for Windows, Mac and Linux computers, and can be purchased at Microsoft Online Store for $50.
So I tried it and the results were… not good! I can make good-looking images with Photoshop and Illustrator, but I have a hard time making nice looking watercolours, or creating any sort of high level artwork.
Image via Pixabay.
In the past I’ve worked with Photoshop Express, and it was a much better tool for vector work, but I still couldn’t create nice looking watercolours or design. So I got stuck!
If I want all the bells and whistles of Photoshop and Illustrator I have to pay $600 for Adobe Photoshop for Windows 10, a new feature I never knew existed!
And the other big thing is how complex the application is. You can make a high-level design, as with an app like Illustrator, but then have to worry about fonts, color schemes, borders and text layout, and then you need to make sure that all this is visible when you’re using the app at home or at work.
So I found an alternative.
Step 1: Convert Photoshop to Illustrator
I know, the word Convert and Illustrator just doesn’t go together. But it can be done.
Download and install Photoshop, and open Photoshop CS6 or better.
If you use Photoshop Pro or higher, you should have this installed. If you don’t, download it at this tutorial. (Mac users download at this tutorial or here).
If it shows you as “Photoshop CS6” or “CS6”, wait till you install Photoshop CC.
Once you’ve installed Photoshop, you’re now on the “Adobe Photoshop CC”.
When you open Photoshop CC, there are two things to do.
The main window is where you export your images, which are essentially PNG files (it’s usually
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