The license is for personal use and allows to install Flame Painter on multiple computers for a single user, for non-commercial use.
License allows to install application on a one computer for multiple users (studios, offices) or on multiple computers for a single user (freelancers, individuals), for commercial use.
|Photoshop blending modes||Photoshop blending modes|
|Unlimited layers||Unlimited layers|
|no||Photoshop plugin for CS5, CS6, CC, CC 2014|
|no||Copy & paste layers to 3rd party apps|
|no||Open and save layered PSD files|
|no||Export SVG vector format files|
|no||Wacom tablet support|
|Leap Motion support||Leap Motion support|
|no||Editable vector layers|
|no||Supersmooth Antialiasing (SSAA)|
|Safe boundary||Safe boundary|
|Multicore optimizations||Multicore optimizations|
|Personal license||Company license|
|Non-commercial license||Commercial license|
Unconditional 30-Day money-back guarantee
If for any reason you are not satisfied with Flame Painter, you can obtain a full refund.
We offer a discount to schools and educational institutions.
2CheckOut.com Inc. (Ohio, USA) is a Flame Painter authorized retailer.
iPad & iPhone
We believe that everyone can be an artist, we just need an inspiration. That's why we designed unique brush presets, creative tools and beautiful user interface. Enthusiasts can create their own brushes and paint with them fantastic pictures and children can become a real artists with only few swipes of the finger.
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Visit the Art Gallery and view some of the wonderful pieces of artwork.
"It is an amazing and affordable tool that can produce any type of flame design one might wish to incorporate into one’s Photoshop digital artwork. Brilliant!"
Donal Jolley, illustrator
"As a photographer and filmmaker I can use the expansive range of emotion Flame Painter elicits. The creative possibilites are innumerable."
"Flame Painter is truly an unique and remarkable instrument to create the most beautiful impressionnist images."
Jean-Michel Paris, painter
"This "painter" totally transcends it's nomenclature. The words "computer graphics" often infer something sterile or unnatural, which this is indeed not."