image editors

Drawworx – added 2/17/2006

Drawworx is a simple freeware drawing program – you can combine lines, shapes, images and text (in various fonts and colors) and save the result as a bitmap, JPEG or PNG file. Saved files can also be reloaded for editing.

Artweaver – added 1/6/2006

Artweaver is a graphics program for creative painting and artistic effects. With Artweaver, you can create sketches from photographies and experiment with a wide range of brushes. The brush simulation is realistic as possible. Artweaver supports many, different digital brushes e.g. chalk, charcoal, pencils, and also layers, Pen Tablets, and the most common file formats (TIFF, TGA, JPEG, GIF, BMP, PNG, …)

PhotoFiltre – added 10/13/2005

PhotoFiltre is a complete image retouching program and can pretty much replace Adobe Photoshop Elements. It allows you to do simple or advanced adjustments to an image and apply a vast range of filters on it. It is simple and intuitive to use, and has an easy learning curve. The toolbar, giving you access to the standard filters with just a few clicks, gives PhotoFiltre a robust look. The only real difference between this fabulous application and Adobe Photoshop Elements, is that it doesn’t support layers. It also has tons of useful plug-ins, like animated GIF import, EXIF and IPTC data, and a plug-in which can export an image as a sliced image with a html file.

TwistedBrush – added 8/13/2005

TwistedBrush is a paint program with 22 art sets and all the usual tools found in a paint program, such as 1500 brushes, 50 filters, oil pastels, crayons, pencils, oil paint, stamp tools, cloning brushes, etc. (The last freeware version is availible for download on this page.)

Paintlet – added 5/14/2005

Easy-to-use graphics editor for Java with mini-database. Features a standard UI similar to MS paint.

EyeBrowse – added 3/13/2005

EyeBrowse is a advanced graphics editing and management program which will help you work with graphics in the most efficient and fast ways possible. Equipped with image manipulation functions, support for many file formats (read & write), and full file management.

GIMPshop for Windows - added 4/6/2005

The GIMP is the most popular alternative to Photoshop – available for alot of platforms. Photoshop users have big problems switching because they have a hard time locating Photoshop’s features in The GIMP. These Photoshop users get some help now by Scott Moschella’s GIMPshop. Basically it is just a hack of the current GIMP-sourcecode changing the menustructure, naming and key-bindings to be more like Photoshop.

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