Pulp Style produces a rough block-printed effect in black-on-white. There are 7 different variations on the style. You can view and save the outline layer, the shading layer, or the final black & white composite image. Plus you can overlay the original picture in color or grayscale, or tint the image with a pale color wash or soft vivid airbrush style.
Works best with 3D renders or photographs which have a good balance of light and shadow. Avoid using images which have gradients or heavily textured areas in the mid-tones, as the outline conversion will pick up on this and create too dense a pattern in that area. Use the "Auto-Enhance" option to boost underexposed pictures. This will usually result in extra detail on the final black and white image. Load and save *.JPEG, *.PNG, *.GIF, *.TIFF, *.PCX, *.BMP and *.TGA formats. Pulp Styler is very simple automatic conversion software. Although the results can be used as final images in many cases, you may want to take these into your image-editing application (not included) for further editing later.