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5/7/2019
Our 2019 Google Summer of Code Students
Krita, part of KDE, takes part in the fourteenth edition of Google Summer of Code. Four students will be working on a wide variety of  projects. Here’s the shortlist: Sharaf Zaman will be worki...
5/2/2019
Krita Nightly Builds for macOS
Thanks to the hard work of Ivan Yossi and KDE system admin Ben Cooksley, we’ve got nightly builds for macOS now! (We already had nightly builds for Linux and 64 bit Windows). Nightly builds are ...
4/29/2019
Interview with Locke
Could you tell us something about yourself? Hello! I go by Zan or Locke and I’m a self-taught tradigital artist with a love for fantasy and science-fiction focused art. I got hooked by fairy tal...
4/15/2019
Interview with Missy
Could you tell us something about yourself? I’m just someone who likes to create all the things! I actually have a focus in 3D, but constantly utilize my illustrations to help me concept 3D piec...
4/11/2019
April Development Update
It’s April already… We’re long overdue for a development update, especially since we haven’t had a new release for quite some time. The reason for both those facts is that our ...
4/1/2019
Interview with D
Could you tell us something about yourself? I live in Russia, Sochi. Graduated from art school and University with a degree in design. I’ve drawn since early childhood. I remember that it was my...
3/18/2019
Interview with Svetlana Rastegina
Could you tell us something about yourself? My name is Svetlana Rastegina. I work in graphic design and 3D modeling. I have been painting since I was twelve. I have a background in watercolour paintin...
3/14/2019
Krita 4.2.0: the First Painting Application to bring HDR Support to Windows
We’re deep in bug fixing mode now, because in May we want to release the next major version of Krita: Krita 4.2.0. While there will be a host of new features, a plethora of bug fixes and perform...
3/4/2019
Creating a Python Plugin for Krita: Guest Article by Zlatko Mašek
About me: My name is Zlatko Mašek and I am a programmer originally from Croatia, but I live in Ireland. As you can find on my blog I am interested in art, cooking and social change; not necessarily i...
3/4/2019
Interview with Ari Suonpää
Could you tell us something about yourself? My name is Ari Suonpää and I reside in a small town in Finland. The elements of nature are close to our home, which keeps me inspired whenever I go outsid...