Paint

The Senator

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Feb 18, 2006
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quick question. whats the mac equivalent to windows paint???
I dont have photoshop and I need to make some stuff real quick.
 

iMeowbot

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Seashore is a free paint program, more like an oversimplified Photoshop.

GraphicConverter has old-style painting built in.

Robbie Duncan's Poster Paint is aiming to be exactly what you asked for, an MS Paint clone. I think this one may still be early in development.
 

The Senator

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are there any programs like paint that are already on my computer?? I jsut need to edit some pictures and photoshop stuff.
 

iMeowbot

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I think that the closest thing that comes with the MacBook Pro is iPhoto, but that doesn't really do painting/drawing.
 

MisterMe

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The Senator said:
quick question. whats the mac equivalent to windows paint???
I dont have photoshop and I need to make some stuff real quick.
I don't know about the professional Intel-based Macs, but Apple bundled GraphicConverter with professional PPC-based Macs. It is a baby PhotoShop--even accepting PS plug-ins--and makes MS Paint and Seashore look like an old shoe. If GC did not ship with your computer, download it. It is fully-functional without paying the shareware fee.