Krita 4.1.8

Krita is a free and open source painting tool designed for concept artists, illustrators, matte and texture artists, and the VFX industry.

Tags artistic-software graphics raster-based qt kde
License GNU GPL
State stable

Recent Releases

4.1.825 Mar 2019 03:10 minor feature: See
4.1.709 Feb 2019 19:20 minor feature: See
4.1.517 Nov 2018 00:56 minor feature: See
3.3.314 Jan 2018 05:57 minor feature: Today we re releasing Krita 3.3.3. This will probably be the last stable release in the Krita 3 series. This release contains several bug fixes and one very important change for Windows users: The Direct3d/Angle renderer is now the default for Intel users. Recent updates to the Intel display drivers have broken Krita on many more systems than before, so it s better that everyone gets this workaround by default. If you experience decreased performance, you can always try to enable OpenGL again. Other fixes and improvements include: Fix an issue where it would not be possible to select certain blending modes when the current layer is grayscale but the image is rgb. Set the OS and platform when reporting a bug from within Krita on Windows. Make it possible to enter color values as percentage in the specific color selector Add OpenGL warnings and make ANGLE default on Intel GPUs Add an Invert button to the levels filter Implement loading and saving of styles for group layers to and from PSD Fix the erase mode not showing correctly when returning to the brush tool Save the visibility of individual assistants in .kra files Add an option to draw ruler tips as a power of 2 Disable autoscroll on move and transform tools. Improve handling of native mouse events when using a pen and the Windows Ink API Fix the focal point for the pinch zoom gesture Fix loading netpbm files with comment.
3.0.106 Sep 2016 19:12 minor feature: Krita 3.0.1 is the first release after Krita 3.0. With the new release schedule we re trying to release every six weeks, with a combination of new features and bug fixes. This release already contains the first results of the 2016 Google Summer of Code projects, as well as kickstarter-funded features, the work of new contributors Eugene Ingerman, Nishant Rodrigues, Miroslav Talasek and Laurent Jospin and the work from students mentored by Dmitry: Grigory Tantsev and Alexey Kapustin. Changes including: tweak Brush settings in the pop-up palette; soft proofing; improved mirror tools; Threshold and Wavelet Decompose added; Quick Flip and Rotate buttons; Improved Dockers and many little feratures and bug fixes.
3.031 May 2016 21:10 major feature: Animation support integrated into Krita s core. Instant Preview for better performance painting and drawing with big brushes on big canvases. Ported to the latest version of the Qt platform. And many bigger and smaller new features and improvements.
3.0-rc.118 May 2016 21:40 minor feature: Compared to the last beta, we ve got the following improvements: Shortcuts now also work if the cursor is not hovering over the canvas Translations are more complete The export to PDF dialog shows the page preview The advanced color selector is faster The vector gradient tool performs petter Fill layers are saved and loaded correctly Improvements to Instant Preview Fix crashes when setting font properties in the text tool. Fix handling the mirror axis handle Use OpenMP in G Mic on Windows and Linux, which makes most filters much faster Fixes to the file dialog The Spriter export plugin was rewritten Fix a number of crashes Fix the scaling of the toolbox icons Add new icons for the pan and zoom tools Make it possible to enable HiDPI mode by setting the environment variable KRITA_HIDPI to ON. Fix the fade, distance and time sensors in the brush editor Make it possible to open color palettes again Add a shortcut for toggling onion skinning Fix loading of the onion skin button states Add a lock for the brush drawing angle Handle positioning popups and dialogs on multi-monitor setups correctly And a load of smaller things!