Convert your photos into artistic illustrations! Recreate a similar style of interior artwork from the old pulp magazines and comics, when images were often quite basic and crudely reproduced. Pulp Styler produces a rough block-printed effect in black-on-white and there are 13 different variations on the effect. You can view and save the outline layer, the shading layer, or the final black & white composite image. Plus you can overlay the original picture in colour or greyscale, tint the image with a pale colour wash or soft vivid airbrush effect, or use the flat colour cartoon style. Works best with photographs or 3D renders which have a good balance of light and shadow. Avoid using images which have gradients or heavily textured areas in the mid-tones, as the outline conversion will pick up on this and create too dense a pattern in that area. Use the "Auto-Enhance" option to boost underexposed pictures. This will usually result in extra detail on the final black and white image. Load and save *.jpg, *.png, *.gif, *.tif, *.pcx, *.bmp and *.tga formats. Pulp Styler is a very simple automatic conversion software. Although the results can be used as final images in many cases, you may want to take these into your image-editing application (not included) for further editing later. The demo version places a watermark text over the final image. This restriction is not in the full version.