There are many projects that can replace software like Adobe Photoshop on Linux, such as GIMP, Krita, Inskcape and many others. In addition to these three free and open source alternatives, you can also find other solutions that may be interesting in certain cases, such as when you have a computer with few hardware resources. I am referring to vectr, although I notice that it is an owner.
For example, imagine you want to use a vector graphics software on a very old computer or on a Raspberry Pi or similar SBCs. In that case, installing heavy software is not a great option. In those cases you could explore the capabilities of Vectr, a totally free software that you can use both from your web (It does not need registration, you enter the link and start editing) and from your desktop (it is available for several platforms, also Linux, macOS, Windows and ChromeOS, and you also have it in the repos of many distros).
Vectr is very simple and has a Graphic interface created in Electron. From it you can have several tools to load images and edit them. All this without having to learn to use sophisticated programs loaded with features and tools that are more aimed at professionals and experienced people than anything else.
Vectr allows learn how it works quickly and you can start editing from scratch. And not only that, it is very versatile in terms of the 2D graphics that it supports processing, since it will help you create creative mockups, logo designs, images for presentations, cards, icons and designs for websites, etc.
Admits formats such as SVG, EPS, PNG, JPEG, etc. And you will have tools for straight lines, curves, polygons, a complete color palette for coloring, drawing tools, etc.
More information and Vectr download - Official Website!
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