Dress up photos with effects that can be hyper-realistic, utterly fantastic—or somewhere in between.

Corel Painter is a quarter-century old, which makes it nearly as venerable as Adobe's Photoshop. The software—originally known as Fractal Painter—originated the idea of creating art on a computer with tools that look like real-world art supplies: oil paint, watercolors, pens, and much more. It's been refining that concept and expanding on it ever since.

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Dress up photos with effects that can be hyper-realistic, utterly fantastic—or somewhere in between.

Corel Painter is a quarter-century old, which makes it nearly as venerable as Adobe’s Photoshop. The software—originally known as Fractal Painter—originated the idea of creating art on a computer with tools that look like real-world art supplies: oil paint, watercolors, pens, and much more. It’s been refining that concept and expanding on it ever since.

Read Full Story