There are many different types of Free Graphic Software on the market that you can use for the Free Mockups. Today I am going to choose 2 of them for you and give you the low down on them!
An incredible tool for any designer who works with photosPacked with customizable toolsRegularly updatedEasily expandableInterface can be inconsistent
GIMP is the free photo editing and graphic design software we use most here at TechRadar, for one simple reason: it’s brilliant.
Whether you’re adjusting photos, creating a digital painting or compositing several different elements, GIMP is fantastic. It doesn’t have all the tools you’ll find in Photoshop, and the fact that it’s produced by a huge team of volunteers from around the world means its interface can be a little inconsistent in places, but it’s packed with advanced brushes, filters, layers and masks.
In the event that it doesn’t provide everything you need, you can always expand it using a huge archive of extensions, or install Photoshop plugins.
Paint.NET is a full-featured image editing program that gives you tons of tools to work with through an intuitive and streamlined interface. Whether you just want to touch-up your photos before you share them with friends or you need high-quality images for another type of project, this program will get you where you need to go.
Nice interface: This app presents all of the tools you need to create beautiful images in a clean and accessible way. Many of these are arrayed around the main working window, while others are contained within their own windows, which you can reposition anywhere on the screen to clear the space you want to work in.
Lots of tools: Whether your project involves adding layers, introducing text, or using filters and effects to get the look you’re going for, you’ll find what you need in this program. There are more options in all of these categories than you’ll probably ever use, giving you the ability to create just about anything you could imagine.
No extremes: This program is a good option for intermediate users. It isn’t quite accessible enough to make it the right choice for users who have no experience with photo editing programs, and it doesn’t offer all of the advanced features that experienced users will be looking for.
Layers for text: While this app does let you introduce text into your images, you have to create it in a separate layer if you want to be able to move it around or experiment with it as you work. This may not be a huge inconvenience, but it does add an extra step to a lot of projects.