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Painting Programs for Linux

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Are you an artist, graphic designer or something like that? Well, then you maybe know, if you use Linux, that there’s no really professional program in this category of software… sadly. Sure, there’s the Gimp but can it be compared with photoshop?

Its layout is ostic, it does not work well, it’s simply difficult to manager, no learning curve will make you more confortable with the big 3 windows flying one over the other on the screen… and it hasn’t got all of the power in full and free transforming like photoshop, nor many of the others automated tools…

The Gimp is the only one really know graphic program for Linux but it’s not the only one. I’m not going to talk about Tux Paint or other similar toys. There’s Mac Cinepaint and this is a pretty nice program.

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