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Re: Painter IX



Henry Hartley wrote:
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From: Alexander Dalloz
Sent: Wednesday, September 21, 2005 1:28 PM

Am Mi, den 21.09.2005 schrieb Henry Hartley um 19:12:

Does anyone know of software similar to Corel Painter that
runs on Linux?  For a while Corel was pushing Linux but not
any more.

I guess you are looking for tools like:
Gimp (in Core)
Inkscape (in Extras)


Well, not really.  I use both of those, and perhaps I just need to be
educated on new features.  Gimp and Inkscape do much, but not all of
what I want.  As far as I can tell, however, neither of those really
replaces Painter with its brushes, papers, and paints, etc.

FWIW, I find the Gimp interface to be harder to use then Photoshop's,
although that may just by the fact that I used Photoshop for so long and
got used to how it worked.  Also, I would say that while Gimp has come a
long way, it really isn't up to what Photoshop can do.


There is a version of GIMP out that has a front end that is supposed to be a clone of PhotoShop. I don't remember what it is called though.

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Robin Laing


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