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Tip: Fatpaint.com - Free online graphic design software and photo editor

By marcanti ·
I just released a great web app for creating graphic design and viewing/ordering custom printed products.

Fatpaint.com ( http://fatpaint.com )makes the whole process of designing and buying custom printed products much easier. It is the first graphics application to integrate desktop publishing features with brush painting, vector drawing and custom printed products.

Before Fatpaint existed, it was a difficult task to draw, paint and buy your own custom printed t-shirt, iPhone case, sneakers and promotional products. After making the design using your favorite graphics application, you needed to manually send the files to the printing company. This process was tedious, and if you were not happy with the design, you had to go back to the design software and repeat the whole process again.

Fatpaint is a free, all-in-one online graphic design application and photo editor, with tools and resources so anyone can create pages, images and illustrations, and have it printed on custom products. It is integrated with Zazzle, a world leading custom printed products company, so that at the press of a button, the design created by the user is accurately displayed on products from within the graphics editor. The user can then share these images on Facebook so that their friends can comment their design before buying the product.

Besides all the drawing and painting tools, Fatpaint also has built-in an impressive collection of graphical content, such as 980+ fonts, 3000+ vector clip arts that can be used as brushes to paint with, and 15.000 public domains images. Furthermore, images can directly be added to the project by searching on Wikimedia, Picasa, Flickr, Bing, Yahoo and Google. The completed project can be saved on Fatpaints server or your own computer; the project can also be converted into image files and saved locally.

Fatpaint is the first graphics application to integrate desktop publishing features with brush painting, vector drawing and custom printed products. It was developed by a danish brasilian software developer, and was recently launched after five years of development and one year of beta testing. It runs inside all major web browsers, don't require registration and is the first Flash based graphics application to support pressure sensitive pen tablets, something graphic designers will appreciate.

What you guys think of the software?

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