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Hello, everyone. Haven't been on in a long time, but I have a question.

I am looking to scan some drawings and then put them on my computer. I want to colour the picture/ do some editing on my Mac, and am looking for a free, easy to use application that will allow me to add colour to my scanned drawing. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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You could try gimp. It's suppose to be similar to Photoshop. I personally like Pixelmator more than gimp. It does cost 59 dollars but I think it's worth it.

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Pixen is FREE and simple and a little more advanced than Paintbrush . Will even do layers and animations.
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Seashore is pretty good. Even though it's fairly old (just more than 2 years since the last update), it should get the job done for you.

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