OCP Art Studio or Art Studio was a popular bitmap graphics editor for home computers released in 1985, created by Oxford Computer Publishing and written by James Hutchby (original ZX Spectrum version).
|Other names||Art Studio, The Advanced OCP Art Studio, Advanced Art Studio|
|Developer(s)||Oxford Computer Publishing|
The Advanced OCP Art Studio (Atari ST) / 1987
|Operating system||Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum|
|Type||bitmap graphics editor|
Some of the distinctive features include:
- Different pens, sprays and user-definable brushes
- Undo function
- Textured fills (with user-definable patterns including stipples, hatches, bricks, roof tiles, etc.)
- Font editor
- Drawing of geometrical shapes.
The Advanced OCP Art Studio, also known as Advanced Art Studio, was released in 1986 for the ZX Spectrum 128K/+2 (developed by Dimitri Koveos), supporting the 128k memory models. In 1987 ports for the Commodore 64, Amstrad CPC  and Atari ST (developed by Chris Hinsley) were released.
See also Edit
- The OCP Art Studio (Spectrum 48K) (PDF). Rainbird Software. 1985.
- The Advanced OCP Art Studio (Spectrum 128/+2) (PDF). Rainbird Software. 1986.
- "Art Studio, The". World of Spectrum. Retrieved 2014-06-19.
- "The OCP Art Studio". Cpc-power.com. 2011-10-03. Retrieved 2014-06-19.
- The OCP Art Studio User Manual (PDF). Rainbird Software. 1986.
- "Advanced Art Studio". Spectrum Computing. Retrieved 2014-06-19.
- The Advanced OCP Art Studio User Manual (Commodore 64/128K) (PDF). Rainbird software. 1987.
- The Advanced OCP Art Studio (Amstrad CPC 6128) (PDF). Rainbird Software. 1987.
- The Advanced OCP Art Studio (Atari ST) (PDF). Rainbird Software. 1987.
- Molyneaux, Maurice (August 1988). "REVIEW: The Advanced OCP Art Studio". ST-Log. No. 22. p. 82.
- "The Advanced OCP Art Studio". Atarimania. Retrieved 2023-02-19.
- Hamza, Kati (January 1991). "Running the Gauntlet". The One. No. 28. pp. 37–87.
- Scotford, Larry (November 1990). "Car-Vup". The One. No. 26. pp. 11–12.