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Krita 3.0 BETA builds released

Krita 3.0 Beta had been released today after over 80 fixes had been carried out in Krita since the last Alpha build. In addition to this, improvements where made on the windows build which fixed all the scary G’Mic crashes on windows. Krita 2.9.9 changelog G’Mic is fixed so that it uses OpenMP for multi-threading on Linux and Windows! This is a big performance increase from Krita 2.9 which was single-threaded.

MyPaint 1.2.0 Final Release out

MyPaint 1.2.0 final recently released, is a fast and easy open-source graphics application for digital painters. It lets you focus on the art instead of the program. You work on your canvas with minimum distractions, bringing up the interface only when you need it. MyPaint comes with a large brush collection including charcoal and ink to emulate real media, but the highly configurable brush engine allows you to experiment with your own brushes and with not-quite-natural painting.

Krita Animation Second Edition released

Krita Animation Second Edition had been released with lots of bug fixes. Krita is a robust, fast and flexible painting application that makes creating art from scratch or existing resources a fun and productive experience. With many powerful brush engines and unique features such as multi­hand, mirrored and wraparound painting, Krita explicitly supports creating illustrations, concept art, storyboards, textures, matte paintings and comic books. This is still based on the stable 2.

Krita 2.9.9 Paint App released with lots of bugfixes

Krita 2.9.9 recently released, is a robust, fast and flexible painting application that makes creating art from scratch or existing resources a fun and productive experience. This latest release comes with an improved performance when adding empty layers and masks by not updating the image. Krita 2.9.9 changelog Features Show a message when trying to use the freehand brush tool on a vector layer Add a ctrl-m shortcut for calling up the Color Curves filter dialog.

Rendera 1.7 Painting App released

Rendera 1.7 recently released, is an open-source painting program. It was primarily designed with photo restoration in mind, but is also useful as a general painting application. The tools, shapes, blending modes, edge-wrapping, and cloning may all be combined to suit a particular need. Brushstrokes are rendered after being drawn, allowing for slower, non-realtime calculations to be applied without interfering with the mouse or tablet response. Features: use any combination of paint, blending, clone, and wrap options crop tool interactive offset (for working on seamless tiles) GIMP palette support with editor high-quality color quantization basic image transforms lots of built-in filters advanced color restoration filters alpha-channel support grid (no snap yet…) PNG, JPEG, BMP, and TGA file formats Rendera 1.

Krita 2.9.6 Paint App released with lots of bugfixes

Krita 2.9.6 recently released, is a robust, fast and flexible painting application that makes creating art from scratch or existing resources a fun and productive experience. This release comes with lots of bugfixing and a new selection modifiers which is the new biggest change. The selection modifier can be configured as follows: Shift+click: add to selection. Alt+click: subtract from selection. Shift+alt+click: intersect selection Ctrl+click: replace selection (for when you have set the selection mode to something else but replace).

MyPaint 1.2.0 Alpha released

MyPaint 1.2.0 is a fast and easy open-source graphics application for digital painters. It lets you focus on the art instead of the program. You work on your canvas with minimum distractions, bringing up the interface only when you need it. MyPaint comes with a large brush collection including charcoal and ink to emulate real media, but the highly configurable brush engine allows you to experiment with your own brushes and with not-quite-natural painting.

Install MyPaint 1.1 on Ubuntu OS

MyPaint 1.1 is a fast and easy open-source graphics application for digital painters. It lets you focus on the art instead of the program. You work on your canvas with minimum distractions, bringing up the interface only when you need it. MyPaint comes with a large brush collection including charcoal and ink to emulate real media, but the highly configurable brush engine allows you to experiment with your own brushes and with not-quite-natural painting.

Krita 2.9.1 Paint App released

Krita 2.9.1 recently released, is a robust, fast and flexible painting application that makes creating art from scratch or existing resources a fun and productive experience. This is the first bugfix release for Kitra 2.9. Krita 2.9.1 changelog Fix the outline cursor on CentOS 6.5 Update G’Mic to the very latest version (but the problems on Windows are still not resolved) Improve the layout of the filter layer/⁠mask dialog’s filter selector Fix the layout of the pattern selector for fill layers Remove the dependency of QtUiTools, which means that no matter whether the version Qt installed and the version Qt Krita was built agast differ, the layer metadata editors work Fix a bug that happened when switching between workspaces Fix bug 339357: the time dynamic didn’t start reliably Fix bug 344862: a crash when opening a new view with a tablet stylus Fix bug 344884: a crash when selecting too small a scale for a brush texture Fix bug 344790: don’t crash when resizing a brush while drawing Fix setting the toolbox to only one icon wide Fix bug 344478: random crash when using liquify Fix bug 344346: Fix artefacts in fill layers when too many parallel updates happened Fix bug 184746: merging two vector layers now creates a vector layer instead of rendering the vectors to pixels Add an option to disable the on-canvas notification messages (for some people, they slow down drawing) Fix bug 344243: make the preset editor visible in all circumstances Install Krita 2.

Krita 2.9 The Kickstarter released

Krita 2.9 recently released, is a robust, fast and flexible painting application that makes creating art from scratch or existing resources a fun and productive experience. With many powerful brush engines and unique features such as multi­hand, mirrored and wraparound painting, Krita explicitly supports creating illustrations, concept art, storyboards, textures, matte paintings and comic books. Krita 2.9 Kickstarter update Perspective – A simple, but powerful, cousin to the regular transform, with a vanishing point to precisely get the perspective right.