By JixiPix Software
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Automatically turns a picture into a finely painted gallery-style portrait
Portrait Painter is a professional painting tool that automatically creates a finely painted gallery- style portrait from any image or snapshot then adds color, light and texture, which harmonize intelligently. Artists, Photographers & Hobbyists will love watching their subjects transcend from the living to become immortalized in a timeless masterpiece.
• Portrait Paint — Classic-Style brushes in the original colors from your photo
• Bright & Colorful — Modern-Style replaces brush strokes with bright and colorful ones
Highlights of Portrait Painter
• Choose between a natural color palette or a bright & colorful one
• Make adjustments to Brush Size, Brush Length, Bristle Strength, Canvas Strength and Paint Palette Colors.
• Use large photos for a high-end result!
• Choose a preset for a quick start or make your own for future projects
• Saves images as TIF, PNG, JPG
Smooth Skin feature beautifies freckles and wrinkles and a robust “Bright & Colorful” randomize color palette to replace brush strokes with bright colors ones for a modern style.
All JixiPix Apps come with: Superior Customer Service, Support for High-Resolution Images & Output, Undo/Redo, Randomize Button, Quick Presets and the ability to create Custom Presets, Cropping with the ability to specify aspect ratio, Quick Preview, Email, Print, and the ability to post directly to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Tumblr. We also have an online art gallery and invite our user’s to display their artistic creations on it:
“JixiPix turns any photo into a masterpiece. All that is required of you is the appreciation — we’ll take care of the rest!”
JixiPix.com “Creative Tools for Creative People”
Photography | Artistic | Graphic Apps
MAC • iPad • iPhone
What's New in Version 1.26
- General Bug Fixes
Not what I would hoped this would be
There are several presets and options to modify. I am not that impressed overall. They mostly all look the same no matter what I do. Only minor variances