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Zpaint allows you to create 3D-style elements for websites and software interfaces. You can easily paint raised or lowered shapes like buttons, rings, boxes and more and add those effects to existing graphics or create new ones from scratch. Features include color/texture selection, adjustable extrusion depth, gloss and other effects. Used best in cooperation with an image editor. Great for buttons, toolbars and other things!

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