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FireAlpaca

FireAlpaca is the image editor that can be used readily and easily.

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    2023-10-22

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FireAlpaca -[SOFTWARE REVIEW]- Garrett-Y

FireAlpaca Review // FREE Photoshop Alternative!!

WHICH FREE DRAWING PROGRAM IS THE BEST?? [Testing FireAlpaca, Krita, and Gimp!]

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  • Opinions on character details?
    Thanks man, I gotta blend/blur out those far away flowers. It kinda looks like those flowers are an optical illusion! I use firealpaca, it's a free app https://firealpaca.com/ (used Krita previously but I didn't like it). I draw on a $40 huion tablet that's about the size of a sheet of paper. Source: over 1 year ago
  • What (PC) apps do yall use for drawing?
    You can download it for free on their website or buy it on Steam for a few bucks. Source: over 1 year ago
  • About recoloring stuff
    Hey guys! So I've been receiving some comments about the spritepacks and stuff- I'm actually afraid of sharing them since it could be seen as stealing and changing someone's job. I'm not great at coding- like at all. I've tried python once and.. I'm really bad at it. But I could actually show you how I recolor all those ribbons, dresses, even hair.. Mostly anything! I use FireAlpaca - a free painting software. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Any creatives struggle with creating clutter?
    For anyone wanting to try digital art for cheap, I've been using the free program Firealpaca for over a year and love it. Better than photoshop for my purposes by far, lightweight enough to run smoothly but has a ton of great features. I also got a little Huion tablet for around $30 that works wonderfully. Tablets are so much better than they used to be, at half the price! Source: over 1 year ago
  • A language map of the Nordics including my Uralic conlang; Cavitic!
    I use firealpaca: https://firealpaca.com (there is a bit of a learning curve but most of your questions are googleable) I do in fact trace snips from google maps lol. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Just got a graphic tablet for free so I want to learn how to draw any suggestions on where to start for a NOOB? Here are my current skills
    I may not have any suggestions on how to get better, but I will say FireAlpaca is a pretty user friendly drawing app with neato brushes and feathers. Source: over 1 year ago
  • What program does matt lowne use to make flags?
    If you're looking for something free to use for digital art, my daughter uses FireAlpaca and does some pretty cool stuff with it. It's got basically all the stuff you need to create or do pretty standard editing stuff. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • What do you usually use to draw countryball comics? I can never get fucking approved when I draw on paper
    If you're on a computer, you can use MS paint, JS paint, paint.net, GIMP, krita, medibang, or firealpaca. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Sort of Bluey related
    I use FireAlpaca and Medibang Paint Pro (they're both free)! Source: almost 2 years ago
  • What does this key on my keyboard do? There's the same symbol on my screen. Never seen this symbol before. When I press it, there's a little green flashing light for a few seconds.
    Sounds like a fantastic idea! I've known people with the same laptop as yours and they are incredible tools for art. I recommend art software like firealpaca or maybe gimp if you want something free to draw with, but you might be best asking her for advice. Source: about 2 years ago
  • What do you guys use?
    I USE FIREALPACA BROTHER, IT CAN BE A LITTLE COMPLICATED BUT ITS FREE AND ITS THE MESS OF A PROGRAM I'VE BEEN USING SINCE 2015 AND I LOVE IT. Source: over 2 years ago
  • comic my first
    Krita and FireAlpaca are two great ones that are free and open-source. Personally I preferred Krita for its better animation support, but firealpaca was cool too! Source: over 2 years ago
  • Why is the window skin not working for the text box???? I used a template online to test it out but it messed up. The animation only works on the bottom left of the border for some reason and all the colors are wrong.
    I use https://firealpaca.com/ for all my art and editing but you can also use https://www.gimp.org/, both of which are open source programs. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Eu but it’s how i want it to be if you ask am from georgia
    Hey if you making a map you can google images of old borders cus a lot of this looks like you tried to get old European borders but crudely drew them. I also recommend using software's like Firealpaca (heres the link to download. https://firealpaca.com) Other than that I suggest if your borders look very odd try implementing some lore or before making the map make a timeline for events happening so that you don't... Source: over 2 years ago
  • Is this a place to ask for tips on how to start making manga?
    There's also free variants out there, one I often hear is FireAlpaca. From what I've seen it will also get the job done. If you're on an Ipad, maybe look into Procreate. Source: over 2 years ago
  • FAQ, Art Page and Commission Status
    FAQ: * What art program do you use? I use FireAlpaca, it’s free and you can get it here - but software can only get you so far, I think if you practice enough with any program you can get good :). Source: almost 3 years ago
  • Newbie tablet user needs some help; been trying to fix this for hours
    If you already have GIMP's input device settings (tablet name in listing drop > drop down menu set to "screen") saved and have already tried disabling Windows Ink, then have you tested it in a secondary program such as FireAlpaca https://firealpaca.com/ or Krita to be certain it is program or hardware specific? Source: almost 3 years ago
  • Art apps that aren't Ibispaint?
    FireAlpaca, ever since I used it I never looked back. Source: about 3 years ago
  • What are some good programs for making mods?
    You should use FireAlpaca, it's free and gets the stuff you need done. I use it for drawing and making sprites (for fnf mods) and it works good. You may/will have to learn how to use this application, but it's pretty easy if you follow youtube tutorials. Source: about 3 years ago
  • imagine cata 60 tho
    o frick srry I forgot to reply to your reddit DM, I don’t check those often, but yeh I use Fire Alapaca, which is a free program you can download from their site http://firealpaca.com. Source: about 3 years ago
  • Seeking advice from Genshin artists
    For anime style art, medibang and firealpaca are free. Or if you prefer drawing on a mobile device, ibisPaint is free on ios/android. Source: over 3 years ago

External sources with reviews and comparisons of FireAlpaca

68 Best Painting Apps and Softwares
If cutting right to the chase without any confusion or flashy visuals is your cup of tea, then FireAlpaca is something you shouly try, for painting or drawing on your PC. Preferred by many artists, FireAlpaca is a painting app with a very simple UI without too many visual elements, thus putting your focus on the ultimate goal: painting. If you want an app that has many of the premium features but your goal is to...

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