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  1. Thanks for the advice! I have been struggling lately to decide on which to use and have also been told by other people that learning to actually draw is an invaluable skill if one is considering taking Game Development seriously. Honestly, I have found using Vector programs such as Affinity Designer or CorelDRAW easy to use as you can simply work with shapes. But am starting to think that actually learning to draw, would give much more flexibility.
  2. Trying to start a poll of sorts Which would be easiest for a beginner? Vector or Raster. Personally I have tried both and estimate that EITHER would take quite a while to get good at.
  3. I must say it is so decent of you guys to stick to your decision to give Spriter Pro users the upgrade for free. I have seen so many times developers say it will be a free update only to change their minds at the last minute. Admirable.
  4. Hello, all I'm actually no sure what type of post this but i needed to get it out there lol. First off, i love Spriter! When i first got it in 2014 i was ecstatic. Game development has always been a dream of mine and i am always looking for awesome tools, to help in my quest. My problem? I cant draw to save my life lol. I know that is a terribly cliche thing to say, but... To be honest, i don't think i even like drawing (GOSH!! NO You!) . I'm a naughty boy. I am thinking this is because i am my own worst critic and at times just feel i should pursue something else. I dont hate draw
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