Sumo Paint is a powerful image editor with a long-standing history as a fully capable Photoshop clone in the browser. Being designed for the browser, it’s accessible on practically any system and loads much faster than most comparable desktop tools while still providing core commercial features like layer-based editing with layer effects, multiple built-in filter effects
Over 300 Brushes
The software includes over 300 high quality brushes in it’s brush galleries. Some of the brushes are even animated! You can also create your own brushes.
Sumopaint has the best shape tools. You can create different shapes very fast with our innovative shape creators.
Sumopaint online community gives feedback to your publicly shared images. You can also participate to our contests and events online.
You can use Sumopaint offline. All the work can be saved to your computer in sumo’s own file format which also supports layers and layer effects.
Always up to date
Sumopaint checks for updates every time the software starts up. This way you’ll allways have the latest tools, brushes and filters ready for action.
You can also create beautiful symmetrical creations. Experiment with symmetry points, gravity and modes to get exactly the result you want.
Gravity option smoothes the drawn line to curves, making it easy to create abstract and beautiful artwork. You can also combine gravity with symmetry.
The gradient tool has a beautiful collection of preset gradients. You can quickly edit the gradients hue, saturation and brightness directly in the gradient editor.
Sumopaint has a full support for the standard non-destructive layer effects. Layer effect includes drop shadow, inner shadow, glow, bevel etc.
Sumo File Format
Sumo file format supports layers and layer effects. It uses a powerful, non-destructive compression algorithm to keep its file size to a minimum.
The Perspective Tiling filter maps the image on
Wrapping image around a cube. There are tons of atributes to mess around with. You can rotate the cube and change it’s proportions, target lighting etc.
In the Linear Blur
We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used SumoPaint and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂