Here are some simple easy to use LINUX Graphic Editors that are compatible with ENIGMA.
All of them should be compatible in Ubuntu, their derivatives (e.g Mint) as well as ArchLinux. KOLORPAINT
is a free, open-source easy-to-use paint program for KDE. It is designed for daily tasks like:
- Painting - drawing diagrams and "finger painting"
- Image Manipulation - editing screenshots and photos; applying effects
- Icon Editing - drawing clipart and logos with transparency
Its features includes
- Undo/Redo Support (10-500 levels of history depending on memory usage)
- Tools (single key shortcuts available for all tools)
- Brush, Color Eraser, Color Picker, Connected Lines a.k.a. Polyline
- Curve, Ellipse, Eraser, Flood Fill, Line, Pen, Polygon, Rectangle
- Rounded Rectangle, Spraycan, Text
- Selections (fully undo- and redo-able)
- Rectangular, Elliptical, Free-Form shapes
- Choice between Opaque and Transparent selections
- Full Clipboard/Edit Menu support
- Freehand resizeable
- Colour Similarity means that you can fill regions in dithered images and photos
- Draw transparent icons and logos on a checkerboard background
- All tools can draw in the "Transparent Colour"
- Image Effects
- Autocrop / Remove Internal Border
- Balance (Brightness, Contrast, Gamma)
- Clear, Emboss, Flatten, Flip, Invert (with choice of channels)
- Reduce Colours, Reduce to Greyscale, Resize, Rotate
- Scale, Set as Image (Crop), Skew, Smooth Scale, Soften & Sharpen
- Close-up Editing
- Zoom (from 0.01x to 16x)
- File Operations
- Open/Save in all file formats provided by KImageIO (PNG, JPEG, BMP, ICO, PCX, TIFF,...) with preview
- Print, Print Preview
- Set as Wallpaper
is an open-source
, cross-platform bitmap
image drawing and editing program with with support for layers, blending, transparency
, and plugins
its many features are typical of image editing software including drawing tools, image filters and colour adjustment tools. The focus on usability is reflected in several of the main features of the program:
Unlike some simple image editing software, Pinta also features support for image layers.
is a free and open-source raster graphics editor
designed primarily for digital painting
purpose. It features low-distract UI, high-quality OpenGL accelerated canvas, color management support, advanced brush engine, non-destructive layers and masks, group-based layer management, vector artwork support and switchable customization profiles.you can go to this page
to get the full story. Suffice to say if you want an alternative to GIMP with all the complexity, Krita is for you.
Personally I use KOLORPAINT to edit and create/edit my 2D sprites and icons. Its fast, simple to use and works well with ENIGMA as an external graphic and background editor.