Krita 2.9 Released, Their Biggest Release Ever
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 25 February 2015 at 06:29 PM EST. 26 Comments
KDE --
Krita 2.9 was released today and it's this open-source graphics program's biggest release yet. Krita 2.9 represents over eight months of work and with this release comes many new features.

The Krita 2.9 release was developed in part thanks to Kickstarter funding and with this release comes support for viewing images with multiple documents, ilustration transformation improvements, HDR painting support, painting and workflow improvements, filter and layer improvements, 3D texturing and image support, and many other changes throughout this popular drawing program.


More details on the just-released Krita 2.9 "The Kickstarter Release" can be found at Krita.org.
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