Edit your pictures by adding various layers and color patterns to them, such as metal, wood, paint, tile or wallpapers textures using different sliders to configure intensity
|Updated||February 27 2020|
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|Crack Size||64 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows XP 64 bit, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit|
Digital artists can create realistic pictures from scratch using just computer applications. However, there are also those which help add finishing touches to pictures, and one suitable example in this regard is AKVIS Decorator. With it, you’re able to convert almost any area of a picture using specific texture settings.
The application’s visual design is neat, letting anyone accommodate in a jiffy. High-quality textures are used to define panels, and various buttons, providing a personal, pleasant look and feel. Most of the space is the canvas, while the rest of controls can easily be handled from a dedicated side panel.
Needless to say that you first need to add a picture, which can also be done by dragging it over the main window. File support is decent, with both import and export options allowing you to work with formats like JPG, JPEG, BMP, PNG, TIF, and TIFF. However, you only get to work with one file at a time, because batch processing is not supported, nor a gallery viewer for quick selection of different files.
What the application does is transform existing textures using different ones, and blending them together based on the variables you configure. There’s an impressive collection of preset texture categories like animals, brick, carpet, fabric, flower, food, grate, mat, metal, nature, paint, paper, parquet, stone, and more, each with multiple items to choose from.
The texture itself can be applied with specific zoom levels, and rotation specifications, with an additional option to add a color layer. Intensity is easily defined by three sliders. Brightness changes the area’s light specifications, deepness lets you work on depth level impressions, while warping can be used to define the amount of similarity with the original texture.
All things considered, we come to the conclusion that AKVIS Decorator Crack helps you neatly enhance pictures, or even completely change specific textures within. Several brushes can be used to carefully define the target area, while the rich library of preset textures makes sure you get the desired result.
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