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Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by FlyingPretzel, Sep 8, 2008.
if its not made yet
lets make it
Go ahead, let me know when it's done.
I like you kid, you got a sense of humor!
There is a app called colors, you can simple use that
just get colors!
There's another app out there that's more like Photoshop and less like a sketchpad, but I can't remember the name of it for the life of me. Crud...
Yeah, it runs great it's called DShoop. Get it here.
It runs just like CS3 and you can even print from the DS as well as upload your work from your DS.
It's also fully supported by Adobe and it's FREE!
maybe DanTheMan... you did mean Phidias or uapaint ?
DsGimp is actually better than this shitty DShoop don't mind PizzaPasta.You can get it from the same site:here
this thread deserves a :facepalm:
Don't worry we can make our own photoshop for the ds just download palib and type "auto code 1337 Photoshop for the DS".Quotes and fullstop included.
Hello I am ashamed at all of you for thinking a perfect port of photoshop isn't possible.
Why I was thinking of entering it in the homebrew bounty, but never finished it, but I am almost done.Project is currently at v0.3 and is very buggy, but will soon be updated.
Here is a link to my Homepage
WOW! This is really g00d!!!! DL NAO!
That's totally awesome I'll download it right now.I hope you can fix the bugs.
That shoop'd head is rather creepy
Being cool all the time made that to his head.
No, there's not a Photoshop application homebrew for the Nintendo DS.
There are a lot of different applications for creating drawings, but not really doing any work on images.
Try out Colors, Phidias, Sprite Editor and whatever else (not the biggest buff on Nintendo DS homebrew), they should do ya.
Any more trolling or spreading false information or pranks in this topic and consider yourself suspended for three days.
Phidias is the closest thing I can think of, Colors! is by far the best for any color work.
Depends what you want to use it for. Colors is for digital painting and freehand work (round brush, pressure sensitive width/opacity). Phidias does a similar job with a few extra tools. Whereas UAPaint's good for sprites and pixel work, and can draw shapes.
As far as I know, there is no application that supports layers.
There was also a commercial title under development called "Inchworm", although there haven't been any updates on that since Feburary.