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Jul 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; during primary school I created my first Japanese robot style cartoon (Mazinga). I attended art school....
Jun 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 images docker. You can now save and load sessions: the set of images and views on images you were w...
Jun 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 nature, mythology and people. Do you paint professionally, as a hobby artist, or both? I’ve b...
Jun 21 2018
Privacy Statement
Krita does not access, collect or transmit personal information. Krita does not make network connections. You can configure Krita to save author information in images you create, but Krita does not do that by default....
Jun 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 reference images tool that replaces the old reference images docker. You can now save and load sess...
Jun 13 2018
Krita 4.1 Release Notes
Krita 4.1 Release Notes Krita 4.1 is the second feature release in the Krita 4 series and is released only three months after 4.0. But there is still a heap of interesting new things and improvements to check out! Note! We found a bug where activating the transform tool will cause a crash if you [&h...
Jun 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 Fix artefacts when painting with a pixel brush on a transparency mask (BUG:394438) Fix a race condi...
Jun 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 professionally, as a hobby artist, or both? I’m just now starting to take my first steps professio...
Jun 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 will try to avoid repetitions and only tell a saga of my main goal for this […]...
Jun 3 2018
Jun 3 2018
Download
download container. This will just redirect to Krita Studio....
Jun 2 2018
Jun 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 him! Hello, This is my Krita 2018 sprint report and general report / pre-release announcement for n...
May 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 finances a bit. Last year was weird, of course, and that’s clearly visible from the results: we ...
May 28 2018
Interview with Răzvan Rădulescu
Could you tell us something about yourself? Hi! My name’s Răzvan Rădulescu, I’m from Romania. I’ve had an interest in drawing since I was little. Unfortunately Romania is one of those countries that can crush creativity at a very early stage. At the time I was also interested in ...
May 28 2018
Krita Manual Updated
Over the past month or two, we’ve been really busy with the manual. Our manual always has been a source of pride for the project: it’s extensive, detailed, up-to-date and contains a lot of in-depth information not just on Krita, but on digital painting in general. The manual was implemen...
May 25 2018
Website
Krita.org is the central hub where people learn about Krita and download the latest version. It is powered by WordPress and hosted by KDE. The GIT repository that has the theme files is located here https://quickgit.kde.org/?p=websites%2Fkrita-org-theme.git Docs.krita.org is the educational area for...
May 24 2018
Roadmap
Krita has come a long way since it was started — as KImageShop, the KDE Linux Desktop answer to Photoshop, or GIMP, depending on who you ask. Until 2010, Krita’s development roadmap was basically, “do whatever Photoshop does, do whatever Gimp does, don’t neglect what Cinepain...
May 22 2018
Krita 2018 Sprint Report
This weekend, Krita developers and artists from all around the world came to the sleepy provincial town of Deventer to buy cheese — er, I mean, to discuss all things Krita related and do some good, hard work! After all, the best cheese shop in the Netherlands is located in Deventer. As are the...
May 20 2018
Mailing Lists
Krita’s Development Mailing List Krita uses a KDE mailing list for all developer and user communication At one time, Krita was called “KImageShop”. The current mail list also has that name. If you want to find out more information about subscribing or sending an email to the list, ...