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Krita
  Krita is a painting and image editing application for KOffice

Krita is part of KOffice since version 1.4. Krita contains both ease-of-use and fun features like guided painting (never before has it been so easy to airbrush a straight line!) and high-end features like support for 16 bit images, CMYK, L*a*b and even OpenEXR HDR images.


Krita 2.0 alpha 10 -- painting by Enkhitan using Lukas Tvrdy's brush engine

Features

  • Focussed on digital painting lie for concept art, comics, matte or texturing
  • Supports a variety of colorspaces such as RGB, CMYK, and L*a*b
  • Load and save to many popular image formats
  • A wide range of drawing and painting tools
  • Has vector layers that can contain rich, editable text and complex vector objects
  • Extensible through OpenShiva, Python or Ruby scripts

Draft Krita 2 Handbook

Krita needs a new handbook: the 1.6 handbook is completely obsolete. Please find the ongoing draft effort at Krita 2 Manual and help out with new content.

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Hints, Tips and Tutorials

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