OCP Art Studio
|Developer(s)||Oxford Computer Publishing|
|Stable release||Atari ST / 1988|
|Operating system||Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum|
|Type||bitmap graphics editor|
OCP Art Studio or Art Studio was a popular bitmap graphics editor released in 1985, created by Oxford Computer Publishing and written by James Hutchby and Dimitri Koveos (latter ZX Spectrum version). It featured an advanced GUI with windows, icons, pull-down menus, pointing devices menus, tool windows and could be controlled using a mouse.
Some of the distinctive features include:
- Different pens, sprays and user-definable brushes
- 'Undo' function
- Textured fills (with user-definable patterns including stipples, hatches, bricks, roof tiles, etc.)
- Font editor
- Drawing of geometrical shapes.
The OCP Art Studio
The Advanced OCP Art Studio
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