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    Lupin
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    Ugh

    So, I was redoing the lineart for an image that I had made about a month ago. Spent 2-3 hours on it, saved often. Then, when I'm FINALLY finished, GIMP has the nerve to stop responding while saving the image. It eventually responded again. Saved the image one more time. Go to open it back up... GIMP can't even recover one layer of the image. I try to use PhotoRec but can't figure it out. Then, after about a half an hour of searching on how to recover a .xcf file, I open the file up in a hex editor. I was face-to-face with 00 everywhere. My image has gone to the spirit in the sky. I'm really mad about this, because the image looked really nice and I spent a while on it... I don't even want to redo it again tbh. Rest in peace, 3.0. You will be missed.

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    Beginner
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    World
    Culverin
    ... QQ I feel ya....

    I use photoshop... and whenever I save in PNG it takes SOOOO long to convert it and save it in that... and quite a few times it would crash

    I've learned my lesson...!

    btw do only use GIMP? have you tried photoshop?

  3. #3
    Lupin
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    Photoshop is way out of my price range. GIMP is really similar to photoshop (and it's free)

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    Wild Boar
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    Culverin
    how about pain

  5. #5
    Lupin
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    Culverin
    Well ps need lots of time , its really mad if we cant save our work

  6. #6
    Lupin
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    Culverin
    PS is great if you understand the tools and the formatting but unless you are actually trying to make a picture look presentable paint should be do the job.

 

 

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