Read articles about AKVIS Charcoal, an efficient program for conversion of photos into charcoal and chalk drawings.
AKVIS Charcoal — Reviews:
AKVIS Charcoal is a complex yet user-friendly software solution that was developed to provide you with a simple method of customizing your favorite photographs and making them look as if they were drawn with chalk.
The application features and accessible and intuitive user interface, the main window allowing you to easily identify the functions you can work with and customize their effects on the image.
To conclude, AKVIS Charcoal is an interesting and easy to understand utility that can successfully assist you in converting digital pictures into chalk or charcoal drawings, with just a few swift moves of your mouse.
AKVIS Charcoal v.2.0 digitally simulates the creative artistic effects possible using charcoal for drawing. The program provides dozens of professionally configured presets that resemble common charcoal effects <...>.
The user has various tools and controls to modify the size and appearance of the image, as well as save, print, share, and enable batch processing.
Met de Photoshop plug-in Charcoal maakt u in een mum van tijd een levensecht uitziende houtskooltekening. Zowel scherpe als vage, dikke zwarte lijnen worden automatisch toegekend aan de belangrijke onderdelen van uw opname. Maar de plug-in kan ook lichte lijnen maken en daarmee krijttekeningen emuleren. Of zowel houtskool en krijt gebruiken voor een optimaal effen. Het omzetten naar een kunstwerk gebeurt voor uw ogen! Wij namen de proef op de som.
Charcoal, the newest offering from AKVIS, has an interface very reminiscent of their other twenty-one titles - many of which have appeared in previous issues of the DoubleClick. And, like the rest of AKVIS titles, Charcoal is an easy-to-use image editing program that has a huge array of powerful tools that will make it possible to turn a digital photo into something else. In this case, the program, aptly named Charcoal, has the ability to re-render your digital images to make them appear as if they were sketches done on a variety of background materials using either charcoal or charcoal and white chalk.
As anyone knows who has ever done any charcoal sketches, this primitive drawing tool lends itself to many possible effects. AKVIS Charcoal presents these effects as Presets.