Guy Who Doesn’t Know Photoshop, Spends 10 Years Using Microsoft Paint to Illustrate Book

These days, a lot of people prefer using Photoshop over Microsoft Paint, especially because the photo editing software offers plenty of features that could make stunning effects out of the simplest things.

But one guy who don’t know Photoshop and couldn’t understand the software decided to master using Paint for 10 years – and illustrated his book using Paint! Whoa!

I suck at Photoshop and other programs, and have worked exclusively in Microsoft Paint for over ten years… I honed my craft working long overnights at a hospital reception desk…” Pat Hines said.

Hines created a novel he entitled, “Camp Redblood And The Essential Revenge”. This book is about a teenage camp filled with ghosts and monsters.

Set in the 1980s, the book tells the story of a camp “and filled with goofy campers and counselors, where the teenagers are always trying to get drunk or laid.”

As expected, the teenagers love getting into trouble.

They also get into war with rival camps. They would try to break into these rival camps “to carry out elaborate revenge schemes…”

While the story seems to appear as a stereotype about teens, not just in the 1980s, people were more amazed with the fact that the book was illustrated using Paint. Many were even skeptic that someone could make such elaborate pictures using Paint! Can you believe it?

Well, Hines understands that people won’t believe him. So, he created detailed instructions on his Deviantart page – and you can zoom in on the photos to see the minute details for yourself.

Do you believe now?

Check out the book on Amazon: Camp Redblood And The Essential Revenge