Introduces a new feature which will let you to create sketches. You will find a new option under View: Show/Hide Border tools:
Then a small panel will appear with the following options:
By clicking on: “Vectorize Borders” GMX-PhotoPainter will start to find the edges of original image, and highlight them in red:
Border Length and Precision
To apply the borders with the current settings you must press the button “Stroke Paths” under the Vector Painting panel:
In order to make visible the brushstrokes, it is always convenient to choose your own color and set the color mixer to a value less than 180, otherwise the brushstrokes won’t be different from the rest of the painting. In this example we’ve choosen white, and set color mix at 50% (128):
The following tutorial shows step by a step a complete painting, at the end of the tutorial it will apply this new feature:
As always, GMX-PhotoPainter offers 1 year of free updates. So, if you purchased a year ago or less ago, you are entitled to get a free licence. Otherwise you will receive a discount coupon for 30% discount.
The two most important features are:
This feature let you export your paintings at a higher resolution. The result will look sharp and defined, because it will be rendered at the desired resolution.
Under the Edit option there is a new option:
Before Exporting the Drawing it will ask the new size in pixels and background options:
As you can see there are two new tools: The “Vector” and “Node” tools
The classic toolbar has been replaced by a new one:
As always, GMX-PhotoPainter offers 1 year of free updates. So, your purchase was made one year or less ago, you are entitled to get a free licence. Otherwise you will receive a discount coupon for 30% discount.
New versions are available for download of GMX-PhotoPainter for Mac & Windows.
GMX-PhotoPainter 2.6 Introduces a new feature:
Now you can paint over transparent a background
To accomplish this, do the following:
This is how it looks:
You can copy the resultant image to the clipboard or you can save it as PNG. The PNG format will preserve the transparency.
After hundred hours of hard work, GMX-PhotoPainter 2.5 finally comes to light.
The user interface has been redesigned, this is how it looks:
As you can see the toolbar at the right is not anymore.
Instead you will find all the options in the lower left corner:
User Interface Elements:
This panel could be handy to quickly modify the width, length and transparency of the brushstrokes.
It also will give you the preview of the current style:
This option is useful in combination with the freehand tool, it will let you decide by yourself the brushstroke color:
By clicking on the icon you will see:
Create and Edit Style Wizard
By clicking on the Edit or New buttons you will access a wizard which will guide thought the following wizard:
The NEW version is: 126.96.36.1991.
The OLD version is: 188.8.131.521
This release corrects a bug which prevented some users to launch GMX-PhotoPainter 2.3.
Follow these steps to correct it:
Execute the installer as normal. If prompted, choose Overwrite old files.
To make sure you are executing the version 2351, look at the caption of application:
I’m sorry for the inconvenience.
What’s New in version 2.3?
What’s New in version 2.3?