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7/18/2018
Krita 4.1.1 Released
Today we’re releasing Krita 4.1.1, the first bug fix release for Krita 4.1.0. Fix loading PyKrita when using PyQt 5.11 (patch by Antonio Rojas, thanks!) (BUG:396381) Fix possible crashes with ve...
7/9/2018
Interview with Andrea Buso
Could you tell us something about yourself? “I am in the middle of the journey of our life ..” (50 years). I was born in Padua in Italy. Since I was a child I’ve always designed; dur...
6/27/2018
Krita 4.1.0 Released
Three months after the release of Krita 4.0, we’re releasing Krita 4.1! This release includes the following major new features:   A new reference images tool that replaces the old reference...
6/25/2018
Interview with Natasa
Could you tell us something about yourself? Hey, my name is Natasa, I’m a Greek illustrator from Athens currently living in Portugal. My nick is Anastasia_Arjuk. I get all of my inspiration from...
6/21/2018
First Beta Release of Krita 4.1
Three months after the release of Krita 4.0, we’re releasing the first (and probably only) beta of Krita 4.1, a new feature release! This release includes the following major new features: A new...
6/13/2018
Krita 4.0.4 released!
Today the Krita team releases Krita 4.0.4, a bug fix release of Krita 4.0.0. This is the last bugfix release for Krita 4.0. Here is the list of bug fixes in Krita 4.0.4: OpenColorIO now works on macOS...
6/11/2018
Interview with Zoe Badini
Could you tell us something about yourself? Hi, I’m Zoe and I live in Italy. Aside from painting I love cooking and spending my time outdoors, preferably snorkeling in the sea. Do you paint prof...
6/4/2018
Krita Sprint: long fight with jaggy lines on OSX
Two weeks ago we had a very nice and motivating sprint in Deventer, where many members of the Krita team gathered in one place and met each other. Boud has already written a good post about it, so I w...
6/2/2018
Not just Krita at the 2018 Krita Sprint
At the 2018 Krita Sprint we had a special guest: Valeriy Malov, the maintainer of the Plasma Wacom tablet settings module. We’ve asked him to write about his experience at the sprint, so over to...
5/31/2018
Funding Krita: 2017
We decided at the last sprint to publish a yearly report on Krita’s income and outlay. We did that in 2015 and 2016. 2017 has been over some time now, so let’s discuss last year’s fi...