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Old 4 Days Ago (06:36 PM).
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Hey I'm new to these forums and pokemon essentials ect. I need to know how or with what program can I edit pokemon & trainer sprites, Can someone please help and get back to me I would be very appreciative
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Unless you're willing to dish out the money for Photoshop, I'd recommend Paint.NET. It's free, and a cut above Microsoft Paint for image editing. Otherwise, I recommend you just work with whatever you're comfortable using. Personally, I use a copy of Photoshop CS4 which I got at a student discount some time ago.

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Old 3 Days Ago (11:13 PM). Edited 3 Days Ago by Evilrake.
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GIMP 2.0 is free and fantastic. If I had to go back to working with MS Paint I'd shoot myself.

edit: should probably explain a little better. It's similar to photoshop. You can play with filters, layers, transparency, brightness/contrast/hue control. Lots of stuff.
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