Originally Posted by DHrox
GIMP Shop is like Photoshop, minus the cost.
...and most of the features. I keep trying to like GIMP, but I just can't deal with the weird way in which it handles many of its functions. I mean, it's got the potential to be good, and it has some nice features, but it feels like it was designed by engineers: It does everything it says it does in none of the ways you expect it to -- at least if you're already used to the way programs like Photoshop or Paintshop Pro does things.
Paint.net is also another freebie (Windows), and it works marginally better but still has its issues, and I freaking hate
the multiple window layout.
Anyway, didn't mean to hijack. But I think the previous questioner was asking what the picture
was, and I'm not entirely sure myself. Not to offend or anything, but you might want to pick something of yours that's a little less abstract and doesn't look like whatever was supposed to fill in that whitespace was torn out by someone making a collage. That one doesn't really seem to say "You want me to do graphics for you. Go on, admit it." It kind of says, "I like the magic wand."