If you have used Windows in past or you still use MS Windows, you may know that MS Paint is very handy tool. Linux doesn't have its own paint or photo editing application, few Linux distributions include such application developed by 3rd party.
'Drawing' is a simple basic image editor, which functions similar to Microsoft Paint but targets the Linux desktop. It is open-source and available for free under license GNU GPL v3. We may not be able to get everything done with this application but we can use it for screenshot editing, basic image editing and so on.
Drawing supports popular image formats such as JPG, PNG, and BMP. Using this application you can quickly add call-outs, text on memes, and other basic operations such as crop, scale, flip, saturate, and rotate etc. The selection tool allows you to define an area (rectangle or free), which you can move, cut, copy, paste, edit with canvas tools, export, open as a new image, etc.


Drawing tools:
Tool Options
Pencil Dashes, eraser, …
Line Arrow, dashes, gradient …
Arc Arrow, dashes, …
Insert text Font, shadow, font size
Rectangle Filling
Circle Regular circle or oval; Filling
Polygon Filling
Free shape Filling
Color picker
Paint Remove a color

Install using PPA

To install Drawing in Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan/19.04 Disco open Terminal (Press Ctrl+Alt+T) and copy the following commands in the terminal:

Install using FlatPak package

To install FlatPak in Ubuntu 19.10/19.04/18.10 open Terminal (Press Ctrl+Alt+T) and copy the following commands in the terminal:

To install FlatPak in Ubuntu 18.04/16.04/Linux Mint 19/18 open Terminal (Press Ctrl+Alt+T) and copy the following commands in the terminal:

To install FlatPak in other distributions, checkout instructions here.

Now install Drawing:

That's it
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