IF you are serious about this biz...get a serious program...the one you cite is probably worth the#17.99 ...maybe....Personally I would not waste my time. If money is an issue..there are two programs that are FREE..first is Gimp..that is like photoshop and the other is inkscape...that is a vector illustration program like illustrator and corel draw. Only drawback is the documentation is limited. I think there are books at the major book stores... but save your $$...run..don't walk...from t shirt factory...unless you just want to play around
Try xara.com, I came across this the other day, not tried it yet but get the free trial and see if it's for you, also try the trials of serif drawplus,coreldraw etc, have a play and see which is the best for you to master.
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