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Don't know what age you are teaching, or if you want to use it for
yourself at first, but I can say that while the Adobe and Macromedia
products are great, the trade off is that they both have a big jump
between beginner and intermediate--but you will be teaching with what is
widely considered the industry standards, so the kids will be able to
apply their knowledge to the real world...
Hope that helps! More questions, give me a holler off-list.
All the best,
The National Arts and Education Information Network
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
>From: Jackie Aust [SMTP:jab1997]
>Sent: Thursday, October 28, 1999 5:35 AM
>Subject: Drawing and Painting Software
>I have been trying out software for drawing and painting. In the past I used
>Ultra Paint and loved it. I have tried Canvas 6 and Painter 5. Does anyone
>any suggestions on what is best and also on cost wise for the entire lab.