|written by Buuks on Mar 06, 2008 15:53|
I just found this on the internet, and it looks very neat.
All applications will be browser-based.
|Aviary is a suite of rich internet applications geared for artists of all genres. From image editing to typography to music to 3D to video, we have a tool for everything. At Worth1000, we are creating a complex ecosystem for artists and providing the world with free, capable collaborative tools and an approach to collaboration and rights management that will turn the marketplace for online art on its head.|
You can now apply to test the beta version of their Image Editor.
|written by Alex on Mar 07, 2008 11:22|
|Cute, but unless you're in some way involved in the development of those tools, this shouldn't be in "member's project", should it?|
(sorry for pointing this out - I suppose it should go in Whatever)
|written by Magnulus on Mar 07, 2008 11:26|
|Yeah, it isn't really a member project.|
That having been said, the image editor is interesting but hampered by the fact that you don't have the same kind of freedom that you would in a dedicated program. Keyboard shortcuts are less functional and it has no pressure sensitivity for brushes. This is stuff that might get fixed later, but right now, it's almost a bit useless. The only bonus is that you could edit images anywhere in the world without needing your own computer.