WWW Graphics

Subject: WWW Graphics
From: scot <scot -at- HCI -dot- COM -dot- AU>
Date: Wed, 24 Apr 1996 10:07:04 +1000

>We would like to know some of the products you are using to generate
>graphics for Web pages. We are currently using CorelDraw 5.0. The circle and
>curves are not smooth, they are bit-mappy. These are 256 colour images. Any
>advice is appreciated.

We use Corel 6.0 to generate vector graphics. When I export them to a bitmap
format, I always export them as 150 or 300 dpi 24 bit colour TIFF files.
Then I use Photopaint to convert them to the right size and colour depth.

The only thing I'd change is that I'd love to get a copy of Photoshop here
instead of the Corel bitmap editor. But Draw does us just fine. If you hate
it that much you could look at Illustrator or Freehand (whichever is on PCs

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