Psykopaint painting

Paint like a professional with Psykopaint

Psykopaint is a web service that lets you paint like a pro without all the training, is loaded with tons of options, and lets you send your finished work as a photo-ecard to any email address for free. Alternatively, you can use your favorite screenshot method to save your masterpiece to your computer for later


Annotate your images and screenshots and add visual elements with iPhotoDraw

Do you ever need to annotate images or screenshots (i.e. add text, text callouts, arrows, circles, or other illustrative visual elements?). Whether your screenshot taking program offers basic annotation or image editing functionality or none at all, you might find this tool quite useful. iPhotoDraw is a free, simple, and easy to use image editor


RoboReader: image viewer displays images and CBR/CBZ comics as on-screen floating objects

RoboReader is a free image viewing program that handles images as floating objects on the desktop. But more than that, it is also a comics viewer for CBR or CBZ ebook formats (or other compressed image archives) , and supports dual page image view, which is well suited for viewing comics. RoboReader is geared for


How to change Windows’ default image editor (and find a good freeware replacement)

This posting will describe how to change the default image editor used by Windows using a small freeware program called Imgeditor, and will propose 4 freeware image editing programs that you can use instead (Photoscape, GIMP, Paint.Net, Image, and I.Mage). I was recently testing a screenshot capture program that uses the default Windows image editing



Gimpshop is a version of the GIMP open source image editing/processing application that features a changed user interface and terminology intended to replicate that of Adobe Photoshop. It is designed to enable users to transfer their knowledge of Photoshop to GIMP, making it an instantly useable viable free alternative. GIMP, in case you haven’t heard