‘GNU Image Manipulation Program’, or as it is widely known as – GIMP is the best free alternative to Adobe Photoshop you’ll ever stumble across.
With a widely supported community and with its cross compatibility over a range of operating systems, GIMP clearly stands out as the best free alternative to Photoshop.
If you have ever used the default Windows Paint, you’ll be much familiar with Paint.NET. This tool was originally developed to be a more advanced version of Windows Paint, and it does inherit many features from the nifty default Windows program. The tool is less powerful than GIMP or Photoshop, but it takes well care of all the basic features you would ever require in an image editing tool.
You can also extend the functionality of this tool by installing the plugins developed by the vast community supporting this platform. If you want a less-cluttered and more ‘humanly’ photo editing interface, Paint.NET would just be the right fit for your needs.
Whether you are an illustrator, designer, web designer or just someone who needs to create some vector imagery, Inkscape is for you!
Flexible drawing tools
Broad file format compatibility
Powerful text tool
Bezier and spiro curves
Inkscape is a free and open-source vector graphics editor for GNU/Linux, Windows and macOS. It offers a rich set of features and is widely used for both artistic and technical illustrations such as cartoons, clip art, logos, typography, diagramming and flowcharting.
Krita is a free and open-source raster graphics editor designed primarily for digital art and 2D animation.
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