Definitions for "Paint program"
An application program that creates graphics as bit maps. A paint program, because it treats a drawing as a group of dots, is particularly appropriate for freehand drawing. Such a program commonly provides tools for images requiring lines, curves, and geometric shapes but does not treat any shape as an entity that can be moved or modified as a discrete object without losing its identity.
Graphics program that treats images as a collection of individual dots or picture elements (pixels) rather than as a collection of shapes (or objects). See Draw program.
Pixel-based program where all parts of an illustration are linked to, and affected by, the others.
A comprehensive paint plan including regular maintenance and inspection.