Krita v3.0.1 (x86/x64) + Portable
Krita 3.0.1 (x86/x64) + Portable | 184/151 Mb
While some might think that everything that is digital art nowadays is made entirely in Photoshop, the truth of the matter is that the unsung heroes of most masterpieces (besides the artists) are the digital painting apps that don't even get half of the credit. Designed for illustrators, concept artists, comic book creators, matte painters and even game artists, Krita is one such application that should get a little bit more attention.
Put simply, Krita is a powerful digital painting and illustration utility that aims to provide you with as much creative freedom as possible, mainly thanks to its collection of tools.
Modern-looking, but a bit crowded interface
The app's black-themed user interface falls perfectly into the modern style adopted by most digital editor or designer apps. The main window of Krita is extensively packed with almost all the features available within the app.
Once you start the tool, you realize that everything tends to be right in your face and, while it may seem a bit intimidating at first, after an adjustment period, things seem quite natural.
Krita's powerful set of brushes is the star of the show
With Krita, you get CMYK support, HDR painting, perspective grids, painting assistants, dockers and one of the most comprehensive set of brushes available (each with its own patterns, settings and roles).
The engines for the brushes include effects like pixelate, smudge, duplicate, filter, hairy, hatching, texture, chalk, color smudge, curve, deform, spray and many others.
Another benefit is the fact that you can save the presets of your brushes, as well as experiment with many blending modes. In addition, Krita comes with modern and complex masking and selection tools.
Extensive support for layers and handy symmetry tools
With the possibility to select and paint shapes or colors, add transparency and opacity levels, this is a very capable tool if you want to apply non-destructive changes to your illustrations.
It is no surprise that an app such as Krita comes with support for both filter masks and layers. You are provided with options to add layers and effects like wave, oil, paint and emboss, as well as adjust their brightness and contrast levels.
Last but not least, for an added touch of creativity, the symmetry tools do a lot more than provide you with basic mirroring capabilities. You can determine parameters such as the angles and axes, modify the center position and play with other advanced settings.
Quite difficult to overlook by digital artists
While at the moment it may not be as popular, as optimized or as good looking as other digital painting apps out there, Krita packs a massive amount of tools and features that make it a very interesting and accessible solution for digital painters and illustrators.
One thing is certain, there are a lot of things Krita can do for you, as they are mostly limited by your own skill and talent, not by the app itself.
New in version 3.0.1 (September 8, 2016)
This release already contains the first results of the 2016 Google Summer of Code projects, as well as kickstarter-funded features.
Tweak Brush settings in the pop-up palette:
Tweak your brush without having to go into the brush editor. Each brush engine has its own settings to tweak. Use the small arrow icon to toggle this on and off. You can even configure which properties are shown.
See how your artwork will look like when converting to CMYK. There is an additional "out of gamut" display to show you what color data will be getting lost. The first result of Wolthera's Google Summer of Code 2016 work!
Improved Mirror Tools:
Additional options for the mirror tools. Lock the position so you don't accidently move it. Hide the line so it doesn't get in the way while painting. Move to center if you accidently move it while painting.
Threshold and Wavelet Decompose Added:
Added a Threshold filter and a Wavelet Decompose plugin.
Quick Flip and Rotate buttons:
Quickly flip or rotate your layers and selections with the free transform tool. No more -100% width transformations. Buttons exist for flipping vertical or horizontal, rotating clock wise or counter clock wise rotate.
We moved the Histogram area from the layers menu into its own Histogram docker so it always can stay on the screen. Greatly improved the visual quality of the overview docker so it looks better. The channels docker now shows thumbnails as well.
Other New or Improved Features:
Smarter input boxes that can accept simple maths! Unit conversion is still coming!
Per-stroke fuzziness sensor, called "Fuzzy: Stroke", perfect for all those grassblades that need to be subtly different.
Added "Ratio" property to the brush editor. This allows you to map the brush width and height aspect ratio to your pen. This feature was created by Nishant Rodriguez
Gradient Maps can now be added as filter layers.
New option to convert a group into an animated layer
Added showing coordinates when using the Move Tool. Enable this feature from the tool options.
Added Japanese animation template
Snap free transform tool with the Shift key
Improved Pixel 1 Preset
Improved default onion skin settings to make it easier to use
Use relative zooming so you zoom based off your cursor instead of the center of the screen
Add ability to enter groups with PgUp/PgDown shortcuts
Gray out sliders for disabled onion skin columns
Added Breeze color themes
re-organized the layers menu and layer context-click menu so they take up less space
Improved verbiage for "paste to simple source" dialog. It is now called "Missing Color Profile". Added option to remember your selection.
Visibility of status bar is now saved
Show previous color in Advanced Colors Selector docker
Retired the support for the little-used OpenJPEG export format. (Note: this has nothing to do with JPEG support!)
There is an optional button available for the toolbars to switch pressure sensitivity off and on
Fix sharp corners when drawing circles with the stabilizer on Windows
Fix drag & drop slow down with layers
Added Full screen functionality back
Fix crash when dragging and dropping transform mask
Fix crashes with some tablet manufacturers when you try to paint
Fix crash when duplicating a file layer
Fix double dots in the file name when saving
Fix crash when loading multi layer EXR files
Fix crash with saving layer group
Fix: Switch off ‘canvas only mode' before closing the main window. It made restarting krita get in an odd state.
Fix crash when moving a hidden layer with the arrow keys
Fix Clone tool crash when when using Ctrl + left mouse button
Fix Onion skin build up issue when changing frames
OSX: fixed some touchpad issues
OSX: fix brush freeze with Wacom after lifting stylus from canvas
OSX: Fixed 100% opacity blobs at the start of a line
Fix some part of the application not changing to the appropriate language
Fix crash when editing a macro that contains a filter layer
Fix memory issue when closing and opening new images
3_texture brush tip has been fixed to use alpha
Fix assistants so previews can be hidden and shown
When using the deform transform tool, moving now takes the rotation of the canvas into account
Fix saving templates
Fix loading images with uppercase suffix
Fix HSL/HSV adjustment filter with Colorize displaying wrong hue value
Fix to make feather selection work again (thanks Spencer Brown)
Some display issues (black screens) when using assistants on NVida GPU's have been fixed
Fix brush preset layout after changing tags and hiding scrollbars
Fix a crash when the resource selector tries to display a deleted resource
Fix using the threshold filter as a mask and the threshold filter preview for colorspaces other than 8 bits RGBA
Fix initializing tool options when Krita starts
Change range for inner and outer glow layer styles to 1 to 100
Update the default workspace set
When saving pixels outside of the layer will be cropped
Fix incorrect offset when loading first animation frame
Fix exporting animations to the CSV format
Brush composite action has name in the toolbar config now
Uncheck the PNG profile embedding option by default.
Disable the system monitor check if colord doesn't give us devices
Make Nearest Neighbour filtering mode work properly
Add the decoration back for the horizontal and vertical mirror tools
Don't put 100% pressure blobs at the start of some lines
Don't allow painters remove the automatically generated gradients: They are special!
Brush preset tags load again on Windows and OSX
* A dual core CPU
* 4 GB of RAM
* Screen resolution 1280x1024.
* A calibrated and profiled monitor is preferred for dependable results
OS: Windows Vista / 7 / 8 / 10 (32/64-bit)
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