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Author Topic: PaintSupreme: Wacom tablet support including pressure sensitivity  (Read 3410 times)

Curt

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PaintSupreme: Wacom tablet support including pressure sensitivity
« on: September 17, 2012, 11:17:29 AM »
today's giveaway may be worth telling about, even though the normal price merely is $20,
because the features include "Wacom tablet support including pressure sensitivity",
and because I never have heard of PaintSupreme before:

http://www.giveawayo...ay.com/paintsupreme/

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PaintSupreme allows you to create, edit and polish images in a fun way.

Featuring an easy-to-use and cool user interface paired with professional tools, like the awesome brush tool, makes it a hard to beat package at an introductory price of $19.99.

New in v1.1

    Wacom tablet support including pressure sensitivity.
    Much improved vector functionality.
    Selections and magic wand operations are now part of the undo/redo chain.
    A large amount of smaller improvements, speed-ups, workflow and bug fixes.
    Huge speed ups for the magic wand, brush, erasure and other tools.
    Some new filters.
    Quick settings for nearly all tools.

Features:

    Create, edit and polish images with an easy-to-use and fun user interface.
    Layer-based editing with an unlimited amount of layers. Lots of powerful layer-based editing options (merge, group, lock etc.)
    Powerful selection tools: Freehand, ellipse and lasso. Selections can be joined, subtracted and intersected and can also be loaded and saved.
    Sophisticated but easy to use tools with a lot of powerful options, like the Brush, Pen, Magic Wand, Gradient, Erasure, Clone and Paint Bucket tools.
    Various transform, color adjustment and text tools.
    Support of vector shapes which can be used as a shape source for the pixel tools and which can be converted to selections.
    Guides and rulers make it easy to orientate and paint within sub-parts of the image.
    Various filters to polish your images and photos.
    Import and export of many external image formats.

PaintSupreme is now available for Mac OS X, Windows and Linux for a special introductory price of $19.99

Homepage: http://www.braindist....com/en/paintsupreme
Giveaway: http://www.giveawayo...ay.com/paintsupreme/


Curt

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Re: PaintSupreme: Wacom tablet support including pressure sensitivity
« Reply #1 on: September 17, 2012, 11:53:02 AM »
The GUI is gray/grey on black on black...
I guess it is "smart" or something - my eyes think not.

When removed, PaintSurpreme-giveaway leaves this behind:

2012-09-17_184948.gif

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Re: PaintSupreme: Wacom tablet support including pressure sensitivity
« Reply #2 on: September 17, 2012, 12:06:02 PM »
Thanks Curt.

There is nothing in encouraging users to also invest in a registry cleaner  ;)

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Re: PaintSupreme: Wacom tablet support including pressure sensitivity
« Reply #3 on: September 17, 2012, 06:55:16 PM »
   I recently started using Paint.net, which is a freebie.  It's a pretty serious image editor with tons of free plug-ins to download.  I got it to replace Photo Impact 8 (Commercial), which stopped working after one of those famous MS updates.....

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Re: PaintSupreme: Wacom tablet support including pressure sensitivity
« Reply #4 on: September 17, 2012, 08:51:40 PM »
Quote from: Daryl
Shame the giveaway doesn’t include the linux version.

Plus the expected list of freeware/alternatives well known to GOTD comments by now:

Quote from: Giovanni
Nice Image Editor today which does what it claims pretty well!!

It sports an impressive amount of powerful layer-based editing with powerful options (Brush, Pen, Magic Wand, Gradient, Erasure, Clone tool etc…), which altogether can make the enhancement of your images a breeze. And the price is just for once pretty cheap as well, considering the impressive array of advanced editing tools it can provide….so honestly, as far as I’m concerned, there’s nothing to complain about!!

Full review here:
http://www.perpetual...ew-paintsupreme.html

So THUMBS UP from me!!

That being said, I think that even this field is pretty much SATURATED nowadays….what do you make of it, folks?? LOL!!

* (Portable) StylePix (==> COOL lightweight app)
http://hornil.com/en...ylepix/Features.html

Screenshots:
http://www.softpedia...reenshot-133549.html

(Video) Tutorials:
http://hornil.com/bb....php?bo_table=sp_tip
http://hornil.com/en...xVideoTutorials.html

* Portable FreeVimager
 Great free image viewer, editor, converter and slideshow maker which can even play AVI video files and some type of audio files in a couple of mouse clicks.

http://www.contaware.../content/view/45/45/

* Portable RealWorld Paint 2011.1
 Very handy and reliable FREE app which makes image editing a breeze. The editor supports Photoshop, GIMP, Paint.net files and animated GIFs. It can remove blemishes & red eyes from your pics in a couple of mouse clicks, as well as resize and crop them with ease, providing advanced photo-retouching utilities such as its Clone and/or Shapeshifter tool (Liquify in Photoshop’s terms).

http://www.rw-designer.com/image-editor

* Funny PhotoMaker
 Amazing FREE Image editor app, which helps you edit your photos with over 150 stunning photo frames, face fun & artistic 3D effects and then export them in image file and GIF animation.

http://www.funny-photo-maker.com/

* Phoxo
http://www.phoxo.com/en/

Screenshots:
http://www.softpedia...reenshot-181692.html

* GIMP
http://www.gimp.org

* Paint.NET
http://www.getpaint.net/

* RAW THERAPEE
http://rawtherapee.com/blog/features

Screenshots:
http://www.softpedia...reenshot-151898.html

* Pixia and Phierha
http://www.ne.jp/asa...ight/aboutpixia.html

* Ashampoo Photo Optimizer Free 1.20
http://www.softpedia...Optimizer-Free.shtml

* EKD
 Very powerful FREE post-production software for retouching both your videos and pictures in one go. In short it helps you transform your pictures into professional video files, as well as edit and encode your video sequences.

http://ekd.tuxfamily...cueil/AccueilEnglish

* 8 FREE ONLINE IMAGE EDITORS (Free Photoshop alternatives and photo quick-fix tools)

http://dottech.org/tipsntricks/12196/

Dudes….despite appreciating very much your marvellous service, I believe that we’d need something NEW & ORIGINAL which cannot be found elsewhere using FREEWARE ALTERNATIVES (at least until Giovanni is here with his huge list of FREEWARE…LOL!!), otherwise it doesn’t make sense to download any GAOTDs, taking also into account the impossibility to upgrade them to future versions.

In such case, why the earth should I install a software like this in my machine, without having the ability to update it, if the freeware “Stylepix” (first program above) can do the same things and even more for FREE without installing anything in my machine?

LOL…oh yes, I know what you think about me now: Giovanni is an awkard character here….give us troubles…. is that right??

Ciao
 Giovanni

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Re: PaintSupreme: Wacom tablet support including pressure sensitivity
« Reply #5 on: September 18, 2012, 06:45:37 AM »
I recommend Krita