Urban Graphic creates a limited flat-colour effect by reducing the amount of colours in your photo. Ideal for producing traditional screen-printed style poster illustrations, pop art pictures, cartoon effects, or even graffiti style artwork.
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Description: Urban Graphic creates a limited flat-colour effect by automatically reducing the amount of colours in your photo. Ideal for producing traditional screen-printed style poster illustrations, pop art pictures, cartoon effects, or even graffiti style artwork.
The slider settings allow for between 3 to 16 colours in the final image, plus you can vary the amount of smoothing applied to the edges. You can also increase the contrast at the end of the conversion, or randomize the colours.
Works well on photographs (especially portraits) and 3D rendered images. Experiment with different images and see what it can do.
Load and save *.jpg, *.png, *.gif, *.tif, *.pcx, *.bmp and *.tga formats.
This software offers a quick and easy way to create high impact images from your photographs. Turn your favourite portraits into artistic renderings, make beautiful illustrations for classic poster prints, or create funky pop art and cool graffiti styles. Give your photos a new lease of life!
This demo version places a watermark text over the final image. This restriction is not in the full version of course.
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