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vBCms Comments Thread, Article: An EduGeek round-up of free art packages in ; Originally Posted by Face-Man and now for something completely different ..... Psykopaint - Create and paint amazing art from photos ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Face-Man View Post
    and now for something completely different .....Psykopaint - Create and paint amazing art from photos
    Again, it's web based cleverness, and therefore not accessable to all.
    I did have a play with it TBH, and found it to be a bit of a one-trick pony. Give me a decent locally installed art package any day

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    Another one to add to the list...

    RealWorld Paint (a.k.a. Paint.com)


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    Another very good, open source and cross platform paint app is mypaint:

    MyPaint

    Linux users can also check out krita but when I'm only doing simple graphics editing under Linux I prefer to use mtpaint over GIMP or krita.

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    Does Picasa or Irfanview not count then ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac_shinobi View Post
    Does Picasa or Irfanview not count then ??
    Not really as they are not strictly art creation utilities, but primarily 'bulk image management' packages.

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    I have just signed up and it is [COLOR="#EE82EE"][/COLOR]amazing

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    Thanks very much! I'll pass it on to our art department.

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    Hi, does anybody know of a more uptodate/alternate version of Tiny Paturn?

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    I've never heard of it. Link?
    Or perhaps it is better to post this as a new thread in the Educational Software forum.

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    How about Photobie

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve_nfi View Post
    How about Photobie
    Just had a play with it. It has a few nice features, but they really need to go back to school when it comes to design and layout!
    And why do they have a Yahoo! email address when they have their own domain!
    C- Needs more work.



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