MS Paint = Crappy? Not If You Are Creative

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Ms Paint is crappy if you don't experiment with creativity. This Slideshow has 6 pictures I made in Ms Paint. Actually, I show 2 each of 3 different designs I have made.

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I once made an amazing picture of Chuck Norris being Spider Man. It was a work of art.

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these were made in ms paint the last one was made with paintbrush (microsoft) first seen in windows 3.0 released on 22 May 1990, and use up to Windows NT 3.51released on May 30, 1995.

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http://www.storm1822.deviantart.com/gallery/#/d30rh7k < There is my Nord Lead 2x I drew in Mspaint :D

wo dude you got to much time on your hands seriesly???!!!

Oops, little mistake there. I did not make these. I was just showing the capabilities of MS paint.

o so some other dude with a lot of time on there hands ok

wait some dude made mona lisa seireiesly?!

 there are some really good photo realistic pictures of cars onyoutube and you can watch the people drawing them (half i wouldn'tbelieve were actually drawn in paint unless i watched the videos lol)and are you sure that picture of the ipod was drawn not pasted?

No im not sure, i just wanted to show what people can do.

While all them hifalutin programs such as photoshop are the industry standard, and I enjoy the industry standard, I find outlining in MS paint incredibly handy. I have even drawn manga in Paint (it isnt real good, though I attribute that to my lack of artistic talent.) the Bezier curve tool is a wonderful friend when drawing manga.

as the old maxim goes: it is a poor craftsman who blames the quality of his tools.