Deluxe Paint Animation
Deluxe Paint Animation Box Cover
1.0 / 1990
|Type||Bitmap graphics editor|
DeluxePaint Animation is a 1990 graphics editor and animation creation package for MS-DOS, based on the Commodore Amiga's Deluxe Paint. It was adapted by Brent Iverson with additional animation features by Steve Shaw and released by Electronic Arts.
Listed from the back of the box.
- Complete selection of painting tools — Draw any shape you want, any way you want.
- Turn any image into a brush. You can rotate, flip, shear, resize, smear, and shade it.
- 7 levels of magnification — Paint in magnified mode if you want. Use variable zoom for detailed editing at the pixel level.
- 3-D perspective — Move and rotate images in full 3-D, automatically.
- Use color cycling and gradient fills to create great special effects.
- Stencils — Protect your designs from the slip of the hand or a bad idea. A stencil masks your image so you can paint "behind" and "in front of" it.
- Use the handy Move Dialog to animate brushes in full 3-D — automatically! Ideal for creating spinning titles for low-cost videos.
- 37 multi-sized fonts
- "phatcode.net / downloads / utilities / graphics / deluxepaint ii / screenshot".
- PC Mag Aug 1992, p. 463, at Google Books
- "DeluxePaint Animation".
- "DANIELSAYS.COM - Daniel's Legacy Computer Collections - Screen Shot Gallery - DOS - DeluxePaint Animation 1.0". Archived from the original on 2014-07-14. Retrieved 2014-07-09.
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