PsykoPaint

Create awesome paintings based on your own pictures

PsykoPaint is an amazing online drawing tool with which you can easily transform your photos into amazing works of art. View full description

PROS

  • Very easy to use
  • Includes lots of drawing tools
  • Support for layers
  • Highly customizable brushes
  • Save the image to the hard drive or share it online

CONS

  • Bottom rmenus sometimes interfere with the mouse

Excellent
9

PsykoPaint is an amazing online drawing tool with which you can easily transform your photos into amazing works of art.

All you need to do is load a photo from your hard drive and start painting over it. PsykoPaint includes a few sample pictures to get you started, and also lets you draw on a blank page if you prefer not to use a model.

PsykoPaint includes a varied array of tools which produce different results on the screen. The brushes are classified according to the style of famous painters. If you click the Show detail link in the Brush menu, you’ll open a bunch of sliders to customize the selected brush.

The Option menu, on the other hand, includes shortcuts to useful tools like the eraser, the undo and the eraser, together with a tutorial. PsykoPaint has even support for layers. On the downside, these menus can sometimes interfere with your paint, when you move your mouse near the bottom of the screen.

Using PsykoPaint is really easy. The good thing about this tool is that you don’t need to be a good artist to use it. Even the most artistically challenged can get really eye-catching results. And once your work of art is finished, you can save it to your hard drive in .PNG or share it online in the PsykoPaint gallery.

PsykoPaint is an awesome online drawing tool that lets you easily create works of art based on your very own photos.

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— User reviews — about PsykoPaint

  • domgodess

    by domgodess

    "PsykoPaint"

    I love this program! The presets make it easy to create wonderful looking works of art using any picture as a base. Of c... More.

    reviewed on May 11, 2012