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Everyone has been working their fingers to the bone to get Krita 2.9 in tip-top shape. For Beta 2, there was a large focus on squishing bugs, fixing crashes, as well as finding memory leaks. There are way too many changes to include everything in the release notes, so here are some highlights from the past month (as well as some fresh builds to get your hands on!)
PixelPuffin have developed a new tool for converting your 3D animations to Stereoscopic 3D inside Nuke. With a simple integration to your workflow, it gives you a fast way to generate left and right views, target multiple display sizes and create non-linear stereo effects.
Here is another alternative for your photo/graphics editor needs: PhotoLine, an all-purpose image and graphics editor. You can enhance photos, export pictures for web pages, or create PDF files for printing. And PhotoLine is offering everything, that is required for professional work: CMYK and lab color space, color management with ICC profiles, adjustment layers, and 16/32 bit depth per color channel. Aside from that you can import, edit and export vector graphics and PDF files.
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. The Krita dev team has stopped adding new features to the codebase, and are now focusing on making Krita 2.9 as stable as possible. See the list of new features after the break!
Check out the beautiful 2D illustration work by Finnish artist Tom Björklund, created using ArtRage 4.
There have been a few recent updates to the current version of Krita. They include changes to the UI of the transform tools, how background colour works, ongoing work with development in transform masks, Layer Effects, animation plu-in, bugfixes and more! Check out the video and full breakdown of development after the break.