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  1. ishan

    There is a website where you can simply convert your photo to sketch or painting or drawing or B&W with different colors with maintaining actual size..
    And that is totally free……
    http://www.snapstouch.com/

  2. steve

    Ishan

    I do try to be kind but the tool you link to needs a lot of work. I tested it and there are about four extremely basic filters with no sliders or useful user controls. It cannot be compared with tools like Picnik or Picasa (an alternative that I didn’t mention in the original post) which are both also completely free.

    Steve

  3. Although I use Photoshop for more extensive editing, Picnik is definitely the go-to editing app if I need any simple quick edit especially when I’m away from my computer. I’ve recommended Picnik to quite a number of people already and almost all of them continue to use it today.

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