Using Mac Paint S for creating Liveries


#1

Hi.

I think I put this question in the wrong place earlier.

Just a quick question. Would anyone know if using Mac’s Paint S is a good tool to mod liveries for the game.

Key features include (according to the app description):

Open and save images in TIFF, JPEG, PNG, BMP and many other popular formats.
Support all kinds of tools, including fill, eyedropper, line, curve, rectangle, ellipse, text and so on.
Support curved texts.
Support layers.
Full support for undo/redo/cut/copy/paste operation.
Support transparency.
Support shadow, gradient and reflection.
Rotate/Crop/Resize/Flip images.
Support grid and rulers.
Select and remove unwanted elements of your images.
Paste images from/to all other apps including Pages, Keynote, Safari, iBooks Author and so on.
Save images with layers and re-edit them in the future.
Print images directly.

One reviewer did say it watermarks the images if you don’t upgrade to the full version. Cost about £8-10, so happy to do that if it is a good programme.

Thanks again


#2

If it’s free, why not try it?

It’s a little more money, but Affinity Photo would be more similar to photoshop. You could also try GIMP which is free and more than capable and there are several of the livery modders who use it as well.


#3

I do use gimp :smile:


#4

Inkscape is also an option. Bit less friendly to works with but the resolution is the best. Also available for free