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I mostly use Photoshop for which Gimp is an OK replacement . But, I also like to draw in Painter (from Corel) and I can't seem to find anything like that for Linux. So, does anyone know any programs like that?
Originally posted by SlackerLX OpenOffice Draw is quite good in fact
I think you missunderstood me. Painter is a program that lets you draw/paint as you would on a real paper/canvas, with brushes/pencils that emulate the real life stuff. So, when you paint with oil colours it actually looks like that. Anyway i'm really bad at explaining, but i'm sure that if you do a Corel Painter search you'll see what I mean.