I used Paint.net until I switched over to Ubuntu 17.04.

I've seen Krita and Pinta, but they do not fit what I want.

I will need to be able to do pixel art as well as normal functions.

I would like separate windows unlike any other program.

I would like a program that is better than Paint.net and is more flexible


Gimp fits your requirements, you can get it in the software store. It will allow seperate windows as well as pixel art

  • I have answered this question because Ots Wng has edited his question and it does not meet any of the questions requirement so I have just told him that Gimp has those properties. – YoureSOStubborn Apr 27 '18 at 18:17
  • This answer may be a duplicate, but it still answers the question, like I said Ots Wng didn't know that Gimp met the requirements, but I told him as an answer(because it still answered the question), that it did have the properties as what he wanted – YoureSOStubborn Apr 27 '18 at 18:28
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    @EODCraftStaff Some confusion here is my fault. The first dupe votes here (initiated by me) turned out to be wrong. The OP clarified that nothing there answered it. I should've retracted my close vote! As YoureSOStubborn clearly explained above (so I'm really not sure what your objection is about, now), no one had suggested a correct duplicate when this was posted and when you first objected to it. Users aren't expected to refrain from answering questions others think are duplicates. Sometimes those other users are wrong! Later, we found a better dupe target, and it was closed against both. – Eliah Kagan Apr 28 '18 at 5:33
  • I had a Experience where I was Seriously Down Voted for answering a duplicate. (Deleted) I have no objection. Just didn't want to See Op down voted out of existence. I have upvoted the answer and deleted my Posts. – EODCraft Staff Apr 28 '18 at 10:49
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    Thanks, I know what you mean when you think this answer is a duplicate, but because Ots Wng didn't know that Gimp met what he wanted – YoureSOStubborn Apr 28 '18 at 10:58

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