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TheFreshMemes

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Hi! I'm new to the Warhammer scene and so I don't have any models yet but plan to get some soon. In the meantime I've come across a primaris marine paint planner while looking at color schemes for my army and wanted to play around with it. I'm using a Chromebook so I can't use MS Paint and I'm having trouble finding good painters/editing software for Chrome. If there are any suggestions please let me know

 

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It's a bit old school in terms of Marine options but Bolter and Chainsword has a Space Marine painter thing.
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 My company inform me that their new primaris brother just don't fit in the safety harnesses. And the Chaplain won't let us ride unless we buckle up.


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I think both GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program) and Inkscape work on chromebooks.
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Since all you'd need is a flood fill tool (and maybe a pencil/brush), MS Paint would do indeed. Maybe one of the alternatives like Krita, Pinta or Paint.NET is available for chrome os.

 

I think both GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program) and Inkscape work on chromebooks.

 

I second that. While they're less uncomplicated than MS Paint, both are great tools for working with raster/vector images.

 

gimpshop is a project based on gimp which makes the UI look and behave more like photoshop - that may be a good alternative if it is available for chrome os and you prefer something more similar to photoshop.


Edited by Exilyth, 10 May 2019 - 04:59 AM.

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and if I had a camera, I'd post some pictures of them.






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