QuickTip 1 : Krita user interface, working valuesFor black and white artworks or when you need to spend long time working on the values in your process , you 'll probably appreciate this Krita tips ...More Like This
Specific Color Selector
- Add the docker 'Specific Color Selector' ( Top menu : Settings > Docker > Specific Color Selector )
- Check the box 'Show Colorspace Selector'
- Turn the model to 'Grayscale'
- Uncheck the 'Show Colorspace Selector'
- Resize the box to have a long width
... Now you have a wider range of selection for selecting precisely a value
Light pollution around
- To dim down all the polluting back-light of your display around artwork and help you to focus on your artwork, a good idea to change Krita for a darker theme.
Top menu : Setting > Theme > ...then choose.
I tend to work more in the 'Krita-blender' theme, or as on the screenshot above 'Krita-darker'
Note : Gnome / Xfce / Unity users may have a bad rendering. Install kde-style-oxygen package , and setup it
Krita 2.9: First Beta Released!https://krita.org/item/krita-2-9-first-beta-released/More Like This
Last week, the first preparations for the next Krita release started with the creation of the first Krita 2.9 beta release: Krita 2.9 Beta 1. This means that we’ve stopped adding new features to the codebase, and are now focusing on making Krita 2.9 as stable as possible.
We’ve come a long way since March, when we released Krita 2.8! Thanks to the enthusiastic support of many, many users, here and on kickstarter, Krita 2.9 has a huge set of cool new features, improvements and refinements.
Here’s a short list to wet your appetite — a full intro to all new features will be presented when we present the final 2.9 release. That’s expected to happen in January, by the way.
*Krita can now open more than image in a singe window, and the same image in more than one window. *You can choose between sub windows and tabs.
*You can now organize the favorite presets in the pop-up palette using tags.