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AKVIS Pastel

AKVIS Pastel 4.0 updated

AKVIS Pastel is the best software for conversion of photos into pastel paintings. The program lets make your paintings look like a pastel art. Pastel bridges the gap between painting and drawing. The pastel sticks consisting of powdered pigment generate...

CDRViewer 2 is a next major update version of CDRViewer which allows you open and view CorelDRAW files on Mac OS. Until now I couldn't open CorelDRAW files on my iMac. As every designer knows CorelDRAW is discontinued after version 11. Now We have...

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AKVIS Neon

AKVIS Neon 3.0 updated

AKVIS Neon lets you create amazing glowing lines effects. The software transforms a photo into a neon image that looks like drawn with luminescent ink. The program does not require any special skills, it is easy to learn and apply. It provides a...

Re Lens for AE

Re Lens for AE 1.5.1 updated

Re:Lens provides lens conversions, projections and stabilization for 360 VR and fisheye footage. With the proper lens and camera setup, stitching can often be eliminated from your 360 workflow. RE:Lens' spherical stabilizer reduces shakiness in 360 VR and...

AKVIS Watercolor

AKVIS Watercolor 3.0 updated

AKVIS Watercolor turns digital photos into masterful aquarelle paintings. The software offers the wide range of settings and tools giving users immense control over the generated strokes and every single detail. Using the Decoration options it is possible...

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AKVIS Charcoal

AKVIS Charcoal 3.0 updated

Charcoal is one of the most popular materials for drawing. It lets you create a preliminary sketch as well as a finished work of art. It combines the advantages of different materials and can be used together with different drawing tools. Using the...

AKVIS Points

AKVIS Points 4.0 updated

Pointillism is a painting technique characterized by applying of separate brush strokes in the form of dots or spots. This style is an offshoot of Impressionism. A complex hue is decomposed into individual colors, which are displayed on the canvas as...