|Original author(s)||Tom Hudson|
|Operating system||Atari ST|
|Type||Bitmap graphics editor|
DEGAS (D.E.G.A.S., Design & Entertainment Graphic Arts System) is a bitmap graphics editor created by Tom Hudson for the Atari ST and published by Batteries Included in 1985. Hudson created some of the sample paintings that shipped with DEGAS.
The working title of DEGAS was HUDraw, where "HUD" stood for "Hudson."
Gary Yost of Antic Software wanted to publish DEGAS, but Hudson chose Batteries Included because "they were, in my opinion, the best Atari software company at the time." Yost and Antic Software published Hudson's next program, CAD 3D.
- "DEGAS". Atari Mania.
- Doudoroff, Martin. "The Antic Cyber Graphics Software and the Pre-History of Autoesk 3d Studio".
- "The Winners: $2,000 Degas art contest". Antic. July 1986. pp. 58–59. Retrieved 4 February 2014.
- "DEGAS Elite". Atari Mania.
- "News & Products: New Products From Batteries Included". COMPUTE! (74): 117. July 1986.
- Bass, Patrick (January 1987). "DEGAS Elite". Antic. 5 (9).
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