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I really want to go to a school for graphics and stuff. Like SCAD! However I don't think I have the right type of stuff. Like the kind of things that graphic designers need. Any suggestions on what I can do? Is there a way to get better? Or do I just give up hope?

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To get better you just need to keep trying. Ten thousand hours it takes to become a master in any skill.
Look around online for 'free' graphic programs/utilities. I'm pretty sure there are free publications also. Don't give up. :)
Are you in high-school? Start with the fundamentals like learning color theory. Pick up Photoshop, Illustrator and Indesign. Also Lynda.com can aid you in learning this software fairly rapidly.

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free software for graphic editing GIMP in win or unix

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