Modified version of GIMP to make the user interface seem more like photoshop.
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Well, I like simplicity in image editors and this has it. however, it's very unstable, crashing, it seems, if you do too many UI things while editing a large file.
GIMPshop's purpose is merely to "make the Gimp accessible to the many Adobe Photoshop users out there". Looks like home, but will never feel like it (if you can consider the increasingly hideous mess known as Photoshop to be "home" :P).
I use this becaues it's free! I wanted a powerful image editor, for a hobby. Photoshop is just too expensive for the average user. There's also just GIMP, which is good too, but I was familier with Photoshop, so this is the route I took.
MUCH faster than Photoshop CS or CS2
(both on intel through rosetta (of course) but also natively on PPC).....
....however....Doesn't have built in the ability to add individual styles to individual layers.
You have to download extra scripts and extra files for this, and I have yet to come across complete set that mirrors the PS ones.
After all the hassle I just went back to Photoshop CS.
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