Have you ever thought of what
would you draw if you were an artist? Your house, your dog, the mountains on
the horizon? A caricature
of your friend? With our software you can draw anything you see. You need to
try to believe.
Photo to Cartoon
Photo to Cartoon converts photographs into cartoons with a few clicks. No
drawing required! Use the result cartoons as avatars, to sign emails and
letters, make greeting cards and party announcements, or create a unique art
gift. A caricature makes an original and amusing present that even that
person who has everything would be happy to get. 3d2f.com editors have called
the program "not only easy to use, but also a lot of fun".
Photo to Cartoon screenshot
Photo to Cartoon is a shareware, the trial version is fully functional and
allows to make 10 cartoons. It can be downloaded from here. The license code
for the full version can be purchased here. The example cartoons are here.
can zoom and search for your town and much more things such as school, churches
Pro (Gold) is the upgraded version, it has a lot of more features such as movie
making or advanced printing and much more… Worth 400 $ Google
Earth Pro combines the power of Google Search with
satellite imagery, maps, terrain and 3D buildings
to put the world’s geographic information at your fingertips.
Now With GPS Support...
For professional and commercial uses.
Google Earth for Pilots
This is part of a new series exploring Google Earth uses for different
If you're a pilot, there are many ways Google Earth can be used to really
enhance your trip plans both from an aviation and ground-based perspective.
But, Google Earth goes way beyond just trip planning as a tool for pilots. I'm
a pilot myself, and have been using Google Earth to enhance my flying
experiences for nearly three years.
Tips : How to Get 3D Buildings in Google Earth Flight Simulator
1. Enter Flight Simulator mode - Select "Tools->Enter Flight
Simulator". Optional: fly to a city which has 3D buildings (tip: San
Francisco, Baltimore, Atlanta, Raleigh, Charlotte - these all have lots of 3D
buildings). NOTE: - there is a bug in GE 4.3 if you select the "Current
View" option in the "Enter Flight Simulator" window, you may end
up at an higher altitude than you expect upon starting
the flight (much higher). Just fly back down to the city level.
2. Open the Sidebar - Sidebar shortcut - Press 'Ctrl + Alt + B' (or + Option +
B' on the Mac) to bring up the sidebar
3. Turn on 3D Buildings - Turn these on in the Layers pane in the lower left
after the sidebar opens.
4. Turn Off Sidebar - IMPORTANT - before resuming the flight simulator, turn
off the sidebar by hitting the sidebar shortcut from step 2
5. Resume flight - Now you can resume flying the flight simulator by hitting
the SPACE key and the 3D buildings should stay on for your current flight.