TWID(9.6) TWID(9.6) NAME twid - dabble in oils SYNOPSIS twid DESCRIPTION Twid is an oil paint program for bitmaps. Button 3 presents a palette (menus of paints are unappetizing), and buttons 1 and 2 apply paint. The palette contains a list of names of subpalettes. After making a selection, depress again to display the subpalette. The palette names are: style Choose drawing style: ink (Rembrandt), point (Seurat), line (Mondrian), curve (Matisse) and disk (Disney). texture selects a texture (paint) to be applied with the brush. The default set of textures is sufficient for Lichten- stein. Use the <new> button to create new ones: use button 1 (2) to select the area under the cursor (its bitwise complement), and type a name for twid to call it. brush selects the brush size and shape. Predefined brushes are square, for effects ranging from Dali to Van Gogh; to be more modern use <new> (again, you must name the new brush). buttons By default, button 1 puts paint down and button 2 picks it up again. This palette lets you change that behav- ior. copy provides commands for moving and rotating sections of the picture. unix offers commands for reading and writing files, and exiting. The current style, texture and brush are indicated in their palettes by an asterisk `*'. SEE ALSO paint(9.1) TWID(9.6) TWID(9.6) BUGS Green is not the color of choice for oils. Jackson Pollocks are time consuming.