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DrawPile is a multi-platform sketching oriented collaborative (over the internet) drawing program.

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https://sourceforge.net/projects/drawpile/files/latest/download

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About DrawPile

DrawPile is a sketching oriented drawing program with a twist: you can share your drawing live with other users. There are no restrictions on who may draw where; every user has full access to the whole picture simultaneously.

Feature highlights

    Antialiased drawing and multiple blending modes
    Layers
    Text annotations
    Tablet pressure sensitivity
    Image may be rotated freely while drawing
    Built-in server for hosting shared sessions
    Chat


Drawpile is a networked drawing program that allows multiple people to sketch on the same image simultaneously. It is developed as a Free/Libre Open Source project and is available at no cost.

The goal of the project is to produce a simple, easy to use multiplatform collaboration tool. Drawpile supports the OpenRaster file format and thus works well with other Free painting applications such as MyPaint, Krita and GIMP.

Brushes and layers
Brush parameters can be adjusted quickly from the tool box. Five tool slots allow you to prepare brush presets and switch between them quickly. Drawpile supports pressure sensitive Wacom tablets, but can also simulate pen pressure based on stroke distance and velocity.

Multiple layers are supported. Layer parameters, such as transparency and blending mode, are adjustable and individual layers can be locked to prevent users from drawing on them or exclusive access can be granted to select users.

Recording and playback
A drawing session can be recorded for later playback. Skipping ahead and backwards is possible, and interesting positions can be bookmarked for quick access. A recording can also be filtered to remove undone actions, pauses or individual events.

Online sessions
Drawpile has a built-in server for easily hosting sessions. For more advanced usage, a dedicated server is also available. The dedicated server can host multiple sessions, as well as persistent sessions that can be rejoined even after all users have left.

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http://drawpile.net/

https://sourceforge.net/projects/drawpile/

https://sourceforge.net/projects/drawpile/files/latest/download
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