Aimed at matte and digital painters as well as comic artists and visual arts aficionados, this Photoshop and Illustrator plugin helps you make the most of your color palette
|Updated||January 29 2020|
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|Crack Size||877 KB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
If digital painting is something you are familiar with, you won’t resist the curiosity of exploring with various plugins, which could not only improve your workflow but could also open the door to more artistic techniques.
MagicPicker is one such Photoshop and Illustrator plugin that can handle any product version between CC2018 and CS3 and whose purpose is to help you explore the unlimited resources of your color palette.
Being a tool that claims to cater to the needs of professionals, MagicPicker comes with a rich set of features, some of which we will mention in the following.
The Photoshop and Illustrator plugin allows you to lock your color gamut so that you may use specific tones only while also being able to maintain the black ink level of the CMYK color you are working with and at the same time adjust saturation.
In case you are wondering about the accuracy the tool allows for, it is worth mentioning that numerical boxes rulers are integrated, as for its responsiveness, the developer has put considerable emphasis on a powerful color engine that allows you to try out unlimited chromatic scenarios in the blink of an eye. As for text and shapes, the plugin enables you to include them in your work as well.
It should be pointed out that the list of features the MagicPicker Crack boasts is quite extensive, and if you are worried that you may not be able to enjoy all the benefits it puts at your disposal, rest assured since the interactive help manual allows you to get valuable details on any UI item you are curious about simply by clicking on it.
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