Tux Paint
Tux Paint: Open Source Drawing Software for Children


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Tux Paint is free computer art software for children.
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Magento Partner - AOE


Random review:
“Previously we have been using Kid Pix (a commercial option) but are now finding that Tux Paint is superior in so many ways. You really have done a fantastic job.” — Good Shepherd Lutheran Primary School, Australia, March 2008


Artist Gallery

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The following is a gallery of pictures drawn by children (and adults) around the world using Tux Paint:

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Ocean
By: Students from Pescara, Italy
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Valeria
By: Students from Pescara, Italy
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Road
By: Students from Pescara, Italy
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Ducks
By: Students from Pescara, Italy
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Roberta
By: Students from Pescara, Italy
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Untitled Rainbow
By: Ashlyn
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Untitled Blue Rainbow
By: Ashlyn
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Orange Face
By: Ashlyn
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Untitled Drippy Rainbow
By: Ashlyn
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Untitled Rainbow and Sparkles
By: Ashlyn
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Jupiters
By: Ashlyn
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Streetsigns
By: Ashlyn
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Planets
By: Ashlyn
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Pluses
By: Ashlyn
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Barney Dinosaur #1
By: Ashlyn
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Barney Dinosaur #2
By: Ashlyn

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