Just curious what PC software for making stickers is being used out there that is simple and reliable. We are currently using CoralDraw 12 and is a long grueling process.
thanks ill have to check it out
Hey Kyle - Illustrator works great and is best for large stickers/wraps. I've also used Photoshop in the past and just bumped the resolution/dpi up a ton to avoid pixelation after print, but have since come to prefer Illustrator.
These programs aren't particularly simple to use. They're professional grade software; expensive and require patience when starting out, but like Solidworks they're a skill worthy of investment. If you're really determined you could always pick up a class at the community college - I took an online course for Photoshop at Saddleback and it was beneficial.
Good luck, if I was still in the States I'd help you out. Unfortunatly I'm writing this from a farm in Costa Rica, using internet pumped in via satellite at the local school (shack with desks). Also good luck in the class 1 this weekend, rubber side down and watch out for boulders!
Another vote for Illy , I had tried Corel just couldn't get my thick head wrapped around it. Downloaded the demo from Adobe and haven't looked back. If you do go with Illy get the disc , not just the download version.