Qt5-Ported Krita 3.0 Released In Pre-Alpha Form
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 17 January 2016 at 10:45 AM EST. 3 Comments
KDE --
The release of Krita 3.0 is coming closer with this weekend's release of a pre-alpha snapshot.

Krita 3.0 is the big release that ports this KDE-aligned, open-source digital painting software to Qt5 rather than Qt4. Krita 3.0 also has support for animations, instant preview, and other new features compared to Krita 2.x.

The Krita 3.0 release will have official support for OS X, Windows, and Linux.

If you want to download today's pre-alpha build of Krita 3.0, binary images along with more information can be found via the Krita.org announcement.
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