Main documentation describing how to use Tux Paint.
Configuration options available for Tux Paint.
Extending Tux Paint (adding stamps, brushes, starters, etc.)
An advanced tutorial on creating high-quality stamps from JPEG photographs.
Compilation and installation instructions.
Frequently Asked Questions.
Using the Portable Network Graphic format to create content for Tux Paint.
Using the Scalable Vector Graphics format to create content for Tux Paint.
The GNU General Public License
Authors, contributors and other credits for Tux Paint.
History of changes to Tux Paint ('change log').
- Known Issues
Known problems, and applicable solutions, to problems on various platforms.
- OpenCandy and Tux Paint
About OpenCandy, a software recommendation system included in the Tux Paint installer for Windows.
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He creates fun shows for kids with magic and Bounce Houses just like we create fun for kids with paint!
Go check out his site and enjoy the magic.
Did you know? Tux Paint is not shareware, it's open source. So it's free, forever!