Download Krita For Ubuntu 20.04
Hello everyone, you can download Krita for Ubuntu, before you do that, I hope you are having a great day. I have been missing for the last couple of days, wonder why? I have been working on our new sister site which just launched last night.
Anyway, today we focus on yet another Photoshop Alternative for Linux. Or a Gimp Alternative if you want to be technical. It’s an awesome App known as Krita. Before you rush to download and install it, we first have to show you if it’s worth your time.
Why You Should Try Krita
Krita has a user-friendly interface. In the settings menu, you can choose the color theme, which toolbars and dockers you want to use, and edit keyboard shortcuts. Save a given set of dockers as a workspace and switch between them. The canvas can be easily rotated and mirrored. The OpenGL canvas supports high-bit depth monitors. There is a large set of options available to create a no-distractions canvas-only painting mode.
A brush engine is more than just a typical brush pattern with settings changed. Each brush engine has its own logic and behavior. The included engines are pixel, smudge, duplicate, filter, hairy, hatching, texture, chalk, color smudge, curve, deform, dyna, experiment (Alchemy), grid, particle, sketch, and spray brushes. Brush settings can be saved as presets and shared. There are a staggering amount of blending modes available. The blending modes are arranged by category and have your favorites stored at the top of the list.
Krita comes with many methods of selecting parts of your canvas in order to edit them. You can select with shapes such as rectangles and circle, paint your selection, polgon selection, select by color, select by Bezier. You can add, remove, or intersect to your selection. You can also make selection by layer contents by context clicking the layer and clicking “select opaque”. You can create a transparency layer by itself, or add one to an existing layer. This is great tool for non-destructive changes.
Install Krita on Ubuntu/Linux
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