Developer: Sladki programi d.o.o.
Current Version: 2.4.2
Last Updated: 2 years ago
Download Size: 3.8 MB - Download
HAVE YOU EVER PAINTED WITH SMOKE?
Fumy is an unusual bitmap editor with unique tools that allow you to brush and render stunning graphics that resemble smoke. Create abstract background, lighting texts, art-house drawings or whatever - this brilliant tool will help You to convert an idea into the painting.
See the images below, each has been created in less than a minute. You can do the same with ease. Create your own masterpiece in just a few mouse clicks!
Fixed an issue that caused image saving fail on some machines under 10.10.
Minor issues fixed.
Most Helpful Reviews
Unleash Your Whimsical Creativity - I have always wondered how graphic artists create effects like those Smoke provides. I can use this in many of my projects, and it works like a charm. Thank you for providing a great product at a very fair price. I'm ready to impress with Smoke.
New Review Because of Update….and yet again….. - When I got my update notice-the little red '1' by the blue A in my dock-I clicked and got the usual notice. But I don't remember seeing ANYTHING about having to delete the first version. I haven't seen that before, until now at the top, but I didn't think anything of it-b/c I didn't see this instruction. It just said what I would get as an update. I did the usual and it installed. It now says 'wireframe' next to 'tiling' now but in the discription above it says 'waterframe'. Is this a misprint? I did notice that the max size is 5000 but I still can't erase anything, which in truth is a major pain. That should have been part of the update. New info I have to add-I have to agree with 'don't do the update'. I can't even open it now and the chance I get to complain in the box that pops up only stays on for a second. I contacted the company and it is said to be 'really weird'. I was asked to copy and paste the EXTREMELY long Apple report in an email. The way iCloud is that would take a week to go thru. We'll see what response I get now.