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Krita's preset brushes are one of the default dockers. Each brush has a preview on mouseover that shows a detailed view of the type of brush involved. All the brushes also have useful and descriptive names such as "HP Pencil" or "Textured Fuzzy". See More
Tiled view that shows your image tiled in the editor, and permits you to edit it as you are seeing it tiled. If the brush passes out of your texture, it will just automatically wrap back the painting to the other side of the original texture, while permitting you to paint and see the results on any of the tiled "clones". (the shortcut key to activate this is w by default) See More
The best alternative I see for PS as its close to it See More
Personas break up the workflow of the application allowing you to focus on specific tasks. At a high level the interface is organized into broad groups of tools called Personas, like Photo for in-depth image manipulation, Liquify for warping the image, Develop for basic RAW photo development and Export for exporting. Each persona displays only those tools that are needed for that task. See More
GIMP is completely free and open source, meaning you can use GIMP and all of its features without spending a penny. This makes it an excellent case for artists or designers who may not have the budget to spend over 700 USD on Photoshop. It is also available for free on Windows, Mac OS and Linux. It's licensed under GPL with source code available here. See More
If you are new to it and you used to use PS you will very familiar with its tools See More
Gimp has less features than programs like Photoshop, but for a beginner, or someone not needing complicated options, Gimp is the perfect choice. It allows you to quickly do basic photo manipulation so you can easily get the product you need without having to worry about complicated features getting in the way. See More
I've created a lot of Instagram typo posters using Canva! There are custom templates for social media platforms, documents, and marketing materials so you'll never make a mistake what dimensions to use. Although Canva has a lot of free images, it gives you the freedom to upload and use your own. I mostly use images I get from Pexels. Even the free account has a wide array of fonts and elements (shapes, lines, icons, frames) that you could peruse. See More
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