Krita 3.1.X is released for Linux. Krita is the best alternative to Photoshop to edit and beautify your Photos. Krita is a KDE software made for work as an alternative to Photoshop for optimizing and editing the pictures. Krita can be used for Painting, Sketching almost all other image editing capabilities. Krita is the perfect replacement for Photoshop.
Krita has all those functionalities which are in the “Photoshop.” Concerning editing and optimizing your Photos don’t worry anymore your problem solved. You can use the Krita to get the full features of PS. Create textures for your images, render them with such beauty and organize them in a better way while being on the Linux. Use the real world features for the pictures, paint them and render however you want.
Krita supports digital painting to get the most of the professional productivity. The Software is used by the professionals and comic artist and illustrators in Digital industries for professional painting and textures. The great thing is it’s totally free of cost and can use without any payment or trial versions kind of headache things.
Krita is fast, compatible and the most stable version/software made for Linux. The software has fully compatible with Ubuntu and Linux Mint. Also, can be used on latest Linux versions like Ubuntu 17.01 Zesty Zapus or Linux Mint 18.1 Mate or Cinnamon LTS (Long-term Support) versions.
What’s new in Krita 3.1.x:
- Make different strokes around your selections.
- The new filter is added like Halftone.
- Brus sizes changes with more extra features.
- New Layer capabilities.
- Loading support for XML Pallets.
- Fixed issues with loading templates.
- Resizing brushes glitching is fixed.
- The auto-save mode is now more stable.
How to Install Krita 3.1.x on Ubuntu and Linux Mint:
Copy and paste the following commands in Terminal to install Krita 3.1.x on your Linux operating system.
Follow the below commands if you are using the latest builds of Ubuntu or Linux Mint.
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:kritalime/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install krita
Follow the below commands if you are using the Old-Previous builds of Ubuntu or Linux Mint.
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:dimula73/krita sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install krita-2.9 sudo mv /usr/share/applications/kde4/krita.desktop /usr/share/applications/
Krtia 3.1 is full of features with such powerful brushes, comics support, textures and matte painting, etc. Full-color capabilities like RGB, HDR, CMYK, and so on. Also, have the same user interface and just looks like Photoshop. So there won’t be any confusion while using it at all.
Supported Linux Operating Systems:
- Ubuntu 16.10 Yakkety Yak
- Ubuntu 17.04 Zesty Zapus
- Linux Mint 18 and below versions.
- Can be tried out with Ubuntu based OS.
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