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Corel Painter 6.1 Debuts at Macworld

Wednesday, January 10, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

Macworld, San Francisco, CA – Corel Corporation (NASDAQ: CORL, TSE: COR) invites you to download Corel® Painter™ 6.1. Starting today, users of the popular Corel Painter 6 Natural-Media® creation tool can download a free version of the latest update complete with new and enhanced features. "With the release of Corel Painter 6.1, we are demonstrating the fact that Corel products are for creative professionals," said Ian LeGrow, executive vice-president, creative products for Corel Corporation. "We are committed to ensuring that Corel Painter 6.1 is the most advanced painting application graphics specialists can have at their disposal." "It's great having the opportunity to continue to refine Corel Painter … It's like polishing an apple! We received a lot of valuable input from our loyal users and applied it to make Corel Painter even better," said John Derry, co-creator of Corel Painter. "Plus, we got to add the Woodcut filter, a unique new creative effect. We're intent on keeping Corel Painter as The Ultimate Natural-Media Painting Tool and this release should help to do it," added Mark Zimmer, the other creator of Corel Painter. The free Corel Painter 6.1 update for current Corel Painter 6 and MetaCreations Painter 6 users will include an interesting palette of new features, enhancements and fixes. In addition to the enhancements made to the Soften, Sharpen and Highpass features, the new Woodcut effect lets users convert a photo into what appears to be a hand-rendered woodblock print of the photo. It will give artists a more comprehensive array of tools.




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