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Nov16
KSeExpr 4.0.0 Released!
Today, we’re happy to announce the release of KSeExpr 4.0.0! KSeExpr is the fork of Disney Animation’s SeExpr expression language library that we ship with Krita. It powers the SeExpr Fill Layer that was done in Amyspark’s Google Summer of Code 2020 project. The main changes This is a ginormous release, but these are the […]
Oct29
Krita 4.4.1 Released
Despite an extra-long beta period during which we got awesome feedback from our community, 4.4.0 was released with several regressions, that is, bugs that weren’t present in 4.3.0. So today we’re releasing Krita 4.4.1 with the following fixes: Android and ChromeOS: Use SDK version 29, which means Krita doesn’t need permissions to run anymore and […]
Oct13
Krita 4.4.0 released!
Today, we’re releasing Krita 4.4.0! Only a little later than we had planned, this is the next feature release of Krita! With a whole slew of new fill layer types, including the really versatile SeExpr based scriptable fill layer type, exciting new options for Krita’s brushes like the gradient map mode for brushes, lightness and […]
Sep29
Second Beta out for Krita 4.4.0
Today, we’re releasing Krita 4.4.0 beta 2: we found a number of regressions and release blocking bugs. This beta has Android builds too, since we fixed many issues with accessing files on Android: however, because we now add translations the APK files are too big for the Play Store, and you will have to download […]
Sep9
Pencils down! Or what our Summer of Code students have achieved
The final evaluations of the Google Summer of Code projects are open now; it’s pencils down time for the students. In 2020, four students have worked really hard on four really exciting projects, of course, so let’s take a look at their achievements! Dynamic Fill Layers in Krita using SeExpr Amy Spark implemented a new […]
Aug4
Announcing Krita’s Scripting School!
In 2018, we reintroducted scripting to Krita. Unlike our previous attempts to provide scripting, this time it took off! People are making all kinds of useful and fun extensions for Krita. Like a new color picker and mixer, a plugin to modify the way Krita’s subwindows are handled, new toolboxes, integration with other applications like […]
Jun18
Krita 4.3.0 Released
Three months after the release of Krita 4.2.9, we’ve got a major new feature release for you: Krita 4.3.0! We’ve spent the past year not just fixing bugs, even though we fixed over a thousand issues, but have also been busy adding cool new stuff to play with. There’s a whole new set of brush […]
Jun1
Second Beta for Krita 4.3.0 Released
This is the second beta release for Krita 4.3.0. It’s later than expected because our system for making release builds was temporarily unavailable. Since the first beta, the following issues have been addressed: Fix Color picking in freehand path and bezier curve tool (BUG:373037). Fix zooming after changing the image resolution (BUG:421797) Switch the stabilizer […]
May23
First Krita Beta for Android and ChromeOS in Play Store
Thanks to the hard work of Sharaf Zaman, Krita is now available in the Google Play Store for Android tablets and Chromebooks (not for Android phones). This beta, based on Krita 4.2.9, is the full desktop version of Krita, so it doesn’t have a special touch user interface. But it’s there, and you can play […]
May5
Presenting Our Google Summer of Code Students!
It’s that time of the year again! Google has published the names of the students who will be allowed to work on open source of free software, and who will receive a stipend from Google. And like last year, this year we are mentoring four students! Sharaf Zaman is a veteran from last year, when […]

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