A simple drawing application for Linux.
This application is a basic image editor, similar to Microsoft Paint, but aiming at the GNOME desktop.
PNG, JPEG and BMP files are supported.
Default user interface (for GNOME/Budgie)
More screenshots (version 0.4.x):
- Color chooser
- Open/Import menu, with several tabs opened
- The selection tool and its menu
- Drawing things a blank picture with tools, with the preview opened
- Inserting text
- Adjusting the saturation, with the main menu opened
Alternative user interfaces
- elementaryOS UI
- Cinnamon UI
- MATE UI
- The default "GNOME" UI can be resized to be compatible with the Purism Librem 5 phone. Screenshot and screencast on Youtube (version 0.2, which is old).
Last stable version
You can install it from flathub.org using the instructions on this page.
Other packages available
- Brazilian portugese (thanks to Antonio Hauren)
- Castillan (thanks to Adolfo Jayme-Barrientos and Xoan Sampaiño)
- Dutch (thanks to Heimen Stoffels)
- German (thanks to Onno Giesmann)
- Hebrew (thanks to moriel5 and Shaked Ashkenazi)
- Italian (thanks to Jimmy Scionti and Albano Battistella)
- Russian (thanks to Artem Polishchuk)
- Turkish (thanks to Serdar Sağlam)
(last update: version 0.5-unstable)
- Pencil (options: dashes, blur, eraser, …)
- Line (options: arrow, dashes, blur, gradient, …)
- Arc (options: arrow, dashes, …)
- Insert text (options: font, shadow, font size, …)
- Shape (options: filling, gradient, …):
- free shape
- Color picker
- Paint (options: remove a color, …)
These tools allow you to define an area (rectangle or free), which you can move, cut, copy, paste, edit with canvas tools, export, open as a new image, etc.
- Rectangle selection
- Free shape selection
- Adjacent color selection
Canvas/selection edition tools
These tools allow to edit the whole image, or to edit a selected part of it.
- Scale (options: keep proportions or not)
- Rotate (rotate or flip)
- Saturation (increase or decrease)
- Invert colors