Version: 0.5.1 || Release Date: 2010-09-06 || License: GPL App Owner: generaldisarray

Seashore is an open source image editor for Cocoa. It features gradients, textures and anti-aliasing for both text and brush strokes. It supports multiple layers and alpha channel editing. It is based around the GIMP's technology and uses the same native file format.

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Version 0.5.1 has a nice new interface, all in one window, more Mac-like. Starts up very fast. Seashore 15mb, GIMP 230mb.

@el_cravito latest stable is still 0.1.9, but there's a preview version available: 0.5:

Is Seashore still under development?
The latest update happened almost two years ago.

Used daily and recommended. A cut down basics only image editor based on Gimp but deploys fast with a smaller memory footprint and does all the basics I need for blogging.

Seashore is almost as good as gimp but gimp is a little bit better. A small file (5mb) and a good thing to have

Fantastic image editor- I used this after not being able to get X11 running (for gimp's sake). I've tried ChocoFlop, but I think this is better.
This was my first real experience with image editing- I made a Daffy Duck icon for Adium!

I haven't had much occasion to use Seashore in recent months, but it was a real lifesaver when I had to get some serious image editing done on a school machine. (Of course I didn't have the priveliges to install X11, so Gimp wasn't an option.)
The interface might take a bit of getting used to for hardcore Gimp users, but overall it's a very nice little program. I hear it even has tablet support.

Love this app, just what I´ve been looking for... And it's free!

For animated GIFs, I'd use GIFfun.

Does it make animated GIFs?

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