You might not believe whats possible  ;-)

On the other hand

You get the sun as a pendant on a necklace and a pair of earrings or as illuminated windows in an office building.

The moon as a planter or bowl of flowers or half the moon as a basin of water. haven't seen an Umbrella moon yet...but it's pretty dry here too.

My 4th and 5th graders have almost got the trick of using MS Paint to build a gradient to import as a background into Tux.... great skies and underseas!

I love the little spray blob paint brush btw

A big blue dot, a medium black dot centered on that, and a white spray blob a little off center produce the perfect shiny eye.
Smudge makes fur -- teddy bears for everyone!

Great prog, Bill!

--- On Wed, 4/22/09, Bill Kendrick <> wrote:

From: Bill Kendrick <>
Subject: Re: [Tuxpaint-stamps] cooked animals
To: "Tux Paint Rubber Stamps artwork discussion" <>
Date: Wednesday, April 22, 2009, 3:36 PM

Eep!  Well...  I certainly won't rush to move the hypo from the
medical section to the military section. :) Of course, I could run
over someone with a firetruck, burn someone with a Christmas tree
candle, or club someone with a hammer or wrench.  And don't get me
started on trained attack lions. ;)

Ok, now I'm just being silly, sorry.

> Ya know, it would be easy to spin off a TuxPaint for Collegiates or
> TuxPaint for Small Business pack on that basis Swap out a few stamps
> and brushes maybe a skin job (new color) and there you go.

Actually, you can already generate alternative palettes, but you
have to do it in a text edtior (there's no GUI).
See "Extending Tux Paint" docs.


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