Krita is a professional Free and open source (FOSS) painting program. It is made by artists that want to see affordable art tools for everyone within concept art, texture and matte painters, illustrations and comics.
Krita vs Microsoft Paint opinions
I was looking for a program that could convert a .JPG file into .ico,and Krita did just that.
Krita is free. It has a lot of features - somewhat similar to Photoshop. It is better than Paint because it has lots of different brushes and allows some brush customization. You can work with layers, which is a feature that MS Paint lacks. The app is worth a try. There's nothing to lose.
krita's too big and feature-rich of a program to be substitute for ms paint
Krita is probably a great program for those that need the extra functionality, but those looking for an alternative to the extremely basic MS Paint don't need that, and it will be far more complicated to use. Even more importantly, though, is that even on my high-end system, it takes minimum several seconds to start, and sometimes around half a minute or longer, and that's just too long for doing basic tasks that would be done in Paint.
No, Paint is far smaller and more limited program than Krita. Krita can do much more than Paint, so using it as an alternative would be absurdly unwieldy.
Paint is a far smaller and more limited program than Krita. While Krita can probably do everything Paint can, it can do so much more that to use it as an alternative would be absurdly unwieldy.
MyPaint is a fast painting program with an emphasis on full-screen use. It lets you focus on the art instead of the program. You work on your canvas with minimum distractions, bringing up the interface only when you need it.
MyPaint vs Microsoft Paint opinions
There is no selection tool, which is what i need.
No pixels and grid lines!
Pinta is a free, open source drawing/editing program modeled after Paint.NET . Its goal is to provide users with a simple yet powerful way to draw and manipulate images on Linux, Mac, and Windows.
Pinta vs Microsoft Paint opinions
This app uses similar features like MS Paint, but there’s one thing that’s missing. The Grid Lines. Needs an Update.
Similar options like mspaint. If you come from windows, install and work.
Pinta Has all the tool necessary for a quick manipulation, like paste screenshots, cut, paste, resize, etc...
Simple interface with powerful tools
Is simple and have all the tools of Microsoft Paint
KolourPaint is a simple painting program to quickly create raster images. It is useful as a touch-up tool and for simple image editing tasks.
KolourPaint vs Microsoft Paint opinions
simple, lightwate, its ms paint but much better +also respect your theme
Drop in replacement for Microsoft Paint
Not similar to Microsoft Paint and not easy for my Disability.
It is straightforward and easy to use
Simple, lightweight and easy. Do exactly what mspaint does, but better.
It works very well and is like what paint should be.
Best alternative for Linux with KDE environment.
Excalidraw is an open-source whiteboard tool that lets you easily sketch diagrams that have a hand-drawn feel to them. Available directly online as a web app and also through CodeSandbox to easily see how the code works, and the app is available for self-hosting.
Raster & vector graphic editor with many tools and filters, written in Lazarus (Free Pascal). Portable, 32bit (under 3mb) & 64bit (3.55mb) versions, ORA format & 16384x16384 image support. In app 3D import & rendering.
LazPaint vs Microsoft Paint opinions
Really lightweight and fast, has a lot of additional features but is neat, making it powerful but not complicated (looking at you, Gimp).
It would count closer to a Paint.NET replacement in my opinion. Though if you have this why would you ever want a normal MS Paint clone?
miniPaint is free online image editor using HTML5. Edit, adjust your images, add effects online in your browser without installing anything. You can use the Electron based version of the editor if you like.
PhotoDemon provides a comprehensive selection of photo editing tools in an 8 MB download. It runs on any Windows machine (XP through Win 10) and does not require installation. It can easily be run from a USB stick or SD card.
Tux Paint is a free, award-winning drawing program for children ages 3 to 12 (for example, preschool and K-6). Tux Paint is used in schools around the world as a computer literacy drawing activity. It combines an easy-to-use interface, fun sound effects, and an encouraging...