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Krita 3.2.1

By The Krita Foundation  (Open Source)
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Krita is an Open Source painting tool that has been designed for illustrators, concept artists, the VFX industry, and matte and texture artists. Krita has numerous innovative features to help the amateur and professionals alike.

Key Tools include:

  • Brush engines.
  • Brush stabilizers.
  • Pop-up palette.
  • Wrap-around mode.
  • Resource manager.
  • Drawing assistants.
  • Layer management.
  • Layer masks.
  • OpenGL enhanced.
  • Full color management.
  • PSD support.
  • HDR support.
  • Transform tools.
  • Training resources.
  • Color palette.

For artists, using Krita is a joy. The interface is very intuitive and highly customizable. The various panels and dockers an be moved and modified to suit your own workflow. As soon as you have your setup in place, you are able to save it as your personal workspace. If you use specific tools regularly, then you are also able to create your own shortcuts for more commonly used tools.

Overall, Krita is one of those gems that you rarely come across. The array of tools is first class for a free product, as is the design and interface. It is easy to use and can be navigated by all users, regardless of their expertise. With support for Photoshop files and the ability to open, save, edit and author HDR images, Krita stands out from the crowd in the painting tool market.

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Title: Krita 3.2.1
Filename: krita-3.2.1-x86-setup.exe
File size: 49.26MB (51,647,968 bytes)
Requirements: Windows (All Versions)
Languages: Multiple languages
License: Open Source
Date added: August 27, 2017
Author: The Krita Foundation
www.krita.org
MD5 Checksum: C1208E7DD465C6EB47FFC31BCBF15468

The following issues were fixed:
Crash on startup if only OpenGL 2.1 is found: if you had to disable opengl for 3.2.0, you can try to enable it again.
A crash when changing layer types in the gmic-qt plugin.
A bug where gmic-qt could crash on odd-sized images.
A regression where using the text tool would break the brush tool.
The option to use the native platform’s file dialogs was restored.
A bug where selecting the line tool would disable the flow slider.
Some issues with the LUT docker were fixed.

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