Krita 2.8 Provides Many New Features To Artists
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 5 March 2014 at 10:22 AM EST. 8 Comments
The big Krita 2.8 release of this KDE oriented open-source digital painting program has been released.

Krita 2.8 offers better tablet support based upon Qt's tablet code, a new high-quality scaling mode for Krita's OpenGL canvas, a new wrap-around mode, new brush presets, a layer picker, support for G'mic filters, and tons of new artist features and other improvements.

Extensive information on the features and changes found in the mighty interesting Krita 2.8 release can be found via the lengthy announcement -- that does include plenty of screenshots and videos -- at Krita.org.
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