I use what came with my computer. Early on it was window movie maker. Then sony vegas as it came with my Vaio. I think vegas is still around, but no longer sony. I would use that but davinci is too good for free.
Graffiti as an art form has taken on a unique urban vibe as the art form has of late made a welcome revival in cities across the globe. With that, there has been a revolution in the creation of Graffiti fonts that are now being widely used in cartoons, advertising, and on the web. Graffiti fonts are unique in that they are eye-catching, colorful, and are easily able to capture the attention of readers. Once used on urban walls to make political and social statements, their acceptance has grown into other mediums too because of their striking creativity and sort of provocative looks. These design traits have found takers in the advertising media, where people are increasingly adopting it to get their messages across.
In 1997, Alvin Lee began his comic book career at the tender age of 17 and is now a renowned veteran of the industry. Alvin is one of the few North American born comic book artists who is still presently involved in the anime/manga movement. He has worked with several comic book publishers including Marvel, DC/Wildstorm, Dreamwave Productions and most recently, Udon Comics and Entertainment. Some of the titles include Deadpool, Agent X, X-Men: Age of Apocalypse, Gen 13 and most notably his revival of the Street Fighter comic book series. His talent has also led to the game art of two Capcom videogame titles, Capcom Fighting Jam and the re-release of Street Fighter 2 Turbo for the Xbox 360. 2b1af7f3a8