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#Actual0Circle0

Posted 20 January 2013 - 12:28 AM

I use GIMP for my 2d images. It is like Photoshop but free. Once you get into 3d look up Blender, it too is free.

 

I compile on Windows 7 64. Using Java 64. I don't use an IDE. I use Notepad++ and a self made bat file for compiling, signing, and compressing of java applets mainly cause I cannot figure out how to compile and figure out how to run my apps using Eclipse or NetBeans.


#40Circle0

Posted 20 January 2013 - 12:27 AM

I use GIMP for my 2d images. It is like Photoshop but free. Once you get into 3d look up Blender, it too is free.

 

I compile on Windows 7 64. Using Java 64. I don't use an IDE. I use Notepad++ and a self made bat file for compiling, signing, and compressing of java applets mainly cause I cannot figure out how to compile my apps using Eclipse or NetBeans.


#30Circle0

Posted 20 January 2013 - 12:27 AM

I use GIMP for my 2d images. It is like Photoshop but free. Once you get into 3d look up Blender, it too is free.

 

I compile on Windows 7 64. Using Java 64. I don't use an IDE. I use Notepad++ and a self made bat file for compiling, signing, and compressing of java applets.


#20Circle0

Posted 20 January 2013 - 12:26 AM

I use GIMP for my 2d images. It is like Photoshop but free. Once you get into 3d look up Blender, it too is free.

 

I compile on Windows 7 64. Using Java 64. I don't use an IDE. I use Notepad++ and a self made bat file for compiling, signing, and compressing or java applets.


#10Circle0

Posted 20 January 2013 - 12:26 AM

I use GIMP for my 2d images. It is like Photoshop but free. Once you get into 3d look up Blender.

 

I compile on Windows 7 64. Using Java 64. I don't use an IDE. I use Notepad++ and a self made bat file for compiling, signing, and compressing or java applets.


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