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I am looking for software preferably (open source and free) which allows me to : take a house image and apply different colors and brick or stone combinations. The idea to start is simple, if I have image of a particular house, I would like to apply different brick color or trim color and see how it looks in that particular "skin". Is there any such software. I am trying with GIMP , but getting what I would like to have. It is sort of a "skinning" software that will alow me to clothe a particular elevation in different color and texture combinations.
Please let me know
hire an architect that knows the software.
or you could hire a high school kid who knows how to use photoshop. they're much cheaper.
I am selecting the related Imaging software, too. Have you found a way out? I don't think the free ones online have so many professional functions as the paid ones. Right?
looks to me like the product you're endorsing has nothing to do with what they were talking about here. what does yiigo do, and how do you think that would be better than gimp or photoshop?
Take a picture of your house. Print it. Lay some white tracing paper over top. Draw brick, draw wood, draw stone.
If you're not good at drawing, hire someone who is.
indeed,there are many image editing software on the internet. some are professional but complicated. some are simple and useful. what matters is to find out what do we need.
tag: image editing library
pay me and I'll write you a custom software which will do that for you
Another archinect feature request: get rid of these stupid spammers.