RealWorld Paint is a freeware image/photo/animation editor. It can be used to create or edit computer images or animations, convert images to animations and back. RealWorld Paint can also be used for photo retouching.
Note: other RealWorld applications are capable of editing image just like RW Paint. All information available in this section is directly applicable to RealWorld Icon Editor, RealWorld Cursor Editor and RealWorld Photos.
If you have installed RealWorld Paint on your computer, you can start it by double-clicking the RealWorld Paint icon on your desktop or from the Windows start menu. If you are using the portable version, double-click the RWPaint(.exe) file after you have unzipped the archive.
Clicking on the File->New menu command or switching to the Create tab in an empty window displays a list of available wizards:
RealWorld Paint is by default able to open (and save) images and animations in the following formats:
Additional formats may be available if plug-ins are installed.
To open an image, click on the Open tab in an empty window or click on the Open command in the File menu. Alternatively, drag and drop an image from a file manage on the RealWorld Paint window. If you frequently open image with RealWorld Paint, consider associating selected file types with RealWorld Paint and open image by simply double-clicking them in Windows Explorer.
Paint offers several drawing tools and fill styles. Drawing tools may use the active color or fill style to fill interior of shapes.
Reading the following sections will help you understand how things work inside the RealWorld Designer framework. It is recommended for users wanting to customize the look and functionality of the application and for plug-in developers.
The crucial pieces of information are available directly in RWPaint's user interface:
How do I crop an image?
I cant find the bleedin "magic wand" lads!
In the first drawing tool group, together with other selection tools. (Only works with raster images.)
I need to enlarge an image that I imported in so it doesn't look gross and blurry.
That cannot be easily done, the information simple isn't there.
how do I flip a line
Hi vlasta I have a question whenever I create an animation for sometime and save it the drawings and lines are normal then when i save it a different time and open the file the lines are ruined what i mean by that is that when I begin to draw the lines are neat and perfect and i recently opened what I created the animation is messed up because the lines are stat-icky and theyre not neat as when I first created them. Is there any way i can return my drawing to normal? this happens so much my animation is on dithering either I saves the file as it is
Could you send me the problematic file to email@example.com ? I have hard time imagining what exactly happened.
how do I crop a particular image out of a photo to use in a separate layout?