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I think most people would say that Adobe Illustrator is the standard. I use Corel Painter for the drawing and Paintshop or Photoshop to separate the colors if I need to for printing. Painter is my favorite piece of software and I prefer Paintshop (if you can get version 7 of it, the later versions suck) to Photoshop. Paintshop is a lot more user friendly, I think. If you want to do vector art, you have to go with illustrator, though.
 

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thanks for your replies ..

but my focus is "online design software" instead of those professional desktop software. Of course, they are good ..

my interest is "self design and print for public". i am looking for a simple and easy to use online software.

good day.
 
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