|Developer: Krita Team|
Increasingly heavier and expensive Adobe Photoshop makes some users turn to alternative FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) like Krita for digital painting, animation and sketching. Users who are familiar with Photoshop will have no difficulty using Krita because of its similar appearance.
Krita is a software that was born from the hands of the KDE community based on the spirit of FOSS and has been developed since 1998. Armed with the spirit of sharing that in the end Krita could become one of the popular open source software in the world of digital art.
Features and Excellence of Krita
More than 100 brushes
In Krita, there are brushes for making pen strokes, drawing with several variations of pencils, mixing colors, giving a blur and pixelize effect, make grass and leaves, distort colors or objects, make illustrations with sharp contrast levels, add textures and special effects.
Each brush is grouped using tags that can be deleted or renamed. You can also create your own tags with more specific names.
This feature is similar to the browser's history feature but what you record is the use of a brush. All brushes that you have used before can be seen in the Brush History panel and can be used again by clicking on each icon. This panel also allows you to access a set of brushes that are used multiple times in a session quickly.
There are at least 8 workspaces that can be directly used. The term workspace refers to the arrangement of panels and menus in Krita. The panel itself is called a docker which can be moved to a number of positions.
After finishing moving the panel and getting the workspace that you think is most convenient for the design project being worked on, you can save the workspace as a workspace with a different name. 19659014] Resource Manager
Until now the Krita community is still actively distributing design materials such as brushes and patterns that are usually available free of charge. You can download the desired material and then put it in Krita through the Resource Manager.
Resource Manager is a special container provided for creating, managing and importing brush collections, patterns, gradients, presets, palettes and workspaces. Material that is not in use you can temporarily disable it.
When the Mirror Tool is activated, a dividing line will appear in the middle of the document that divides it into two sides. Any object or shape that you draw on one side will be automatically duplicated on the other side. If you draw lines, then the other side will also appear line drawings.
Download the Latest Krita
The strong support of the user community makes Krita develop rapidly. The development period that has been running for years also produces a number of design materials that are not small. With these advantages, you no longer need to depend on Photoshop to produce designs that many people admire. Download the latest and free Krita via the link below:[Windows 32 Bit] [Windows 64 Bit]