Krita Gemini is a painting application which adjusts to your needs - with a powerful, feature-rich interface on your PC, and a streamlined touch-friendly sketching interface on your tablet or convertible. With a range of tools and features suitable for novice or professional artists.
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1 Março

Krita Desktop 2.9 - Officially Released!

The "Krita Desktop 2.9" official release is now in "Betas"

If you would like to switch to this release, you can follow the instructions for enabling the 'beta' Beta, substituting "desktop29" for "beta".

Some problems have been reported in and fixed already, so expect to see some more updates coming in soon.

Any comments re this Beta, please post them in the Beta branch forum

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13 Fevereiro

Krita Desktop 2.9 Beta 3 Release

With less than 12 days to go until the release of Krita 2.9, the latest Beta release (desktop29 under Betas) fixes a whole host of issues in the previous update.

Included in the update:

  • New Splash Screen by Tyson Tan
  • Lots of improvements to G'Mic integration
  • Fix for Genius tablets
  • Fix for Wacom Airbrush devices
Plus lots of other little bug fixes, including improvements in operation and performance.

More information can be found on the official announcement.

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Krita Gemini is a painting application which adjusts to your requirements - giving you a fully featured desktop experience on your PC, and a streamlined touch-friendly sketching interface on your tablet, convertible or big screen! All users will enjoy the range of realistic and experimental brushes. Professional artists will enjoy the fast, high-quality rendering options and support for various colorspaces and profiles.

Krita Gemini is built upon Krita, the world's foremost open-source painting application. Krita is used by both hobbyists and professional artists in game studios, the VFX industry and design studios. Artists use the uniquely innovative brush engines and the intuitive, fun interface to create concept art, texture and matte paintings, illustrations, storyboards and more.

All the work that goes into Gemini feeds back into the open source project, so by buying Gemini, you are also helping directly to support Krita's development!


We are offering two options for purchasing Krita Gemini - a cheap "2 releases" version, which provides around a year's worth of feature updates, and a "lifetime upgrades" package which will receive all future releases. Customers who purchased Krita Gemini during Early Access already have Lifetime upgrades!
Currently Krita Gemini 2.9 is due for release in late fall 2014, with 3.0 due for release in late spring 2015.

Try Krita now!

There are two different ways to get a feel for what Krita Gemini can do for you: the Steam demo, and the free Krita Desktop.
The Steam demo provides just the sketch interface that provides a simpler set of tools, but uses the same powerful brush and rendering engines.
You can download Krita Desktop for free from the Krita Foundation website.

Krita Gemini provides both interfaces with automatic switching on 2-in-1 convertible devices, support for Steam features and the added convenience of automatic updates.


  • An adaptive multi-modal interface which works on the desktop, on touchscreens and in Big Picture mode
  • Over a dozen different brush engines, supporting pressure sensitivity, tilt, rotation and other features of graphics tablets

  • Over a hundred default brushes carefully selected by professional artists

  • Customizable brush presets, to create your own incredible brushes
  • OpenGL powered canvas with high-bit-depth monitor support and high quality scaling
  • Wrap around mode canvas for easily creating and visualizing seamlessly tiled textures

  • Pseudo-infinite canvas that can be extended in any direction with a single click, without breaking your workflow
  • Filters with real-time preview, a gallery - and you can use almost any filter as an effect layer, for non-destructive modification of all the layers below it
  • Powerful layer engine allowing deeply nested and grouped layers
  • Vector, clone, external-file and dynamic filter-effect layers
  • Perspective-grid tool - set up guides for working on your image

  • Multibrushes tool - create complex symmetrical shapes when any brush can be repeated multiple times around a center-point

  • Supports a wide range of color models: RGB, CMYK, YCbCr, La*b*, XYZ, Grayscale
  • Supports a wide range of 3rd party file formats: ORA (MyPaint), xcf (GIMP), JPEG, PNG, TGA, TIFF, BMP, PPM, PGM, PBM, XBM, SVG, WMF and also some support for PSD.

Requisitos do Sistema

    • OS: Windows Vista SP2, Windows 7 SP1
    • Processor: 1.6Ghz Dual-core CPU
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Modern (since 2009) graphics / Intel HD
    • Hard Drive: 300 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: Graphics-tablet recommended. Actual system/video memory requirements vary depending on image size.
    • OS: Windows Vista SP2, Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1
    • Processor: 2.0GHz+ Quad-core CPU
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Discrete graphics card (nVidia, AMD)
    • Hard Drive: 300 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: Graphics -tablet recommended. Actual system/video memory requirements vary depending on image size.
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2 de 2 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
6.2 hrs em registo
Publicada: 24 Maio
Krita is pretty much all of the tools you are wanting for digital painting, except that it requires a few workarounds for relatively simple tools. Krita also has 64 bit options. The main problem with Krita for me is the menus. Nearly everything is not where I think it is. It takes me a long time to find what I'm looking for in the drop down menus. If the members on the forums weren't so friendly, I doubt I'd have found Krita so enjoyable. Other than these quibbles, Krita is a fantastic and powerful image editor and painter.

When Krita came out on Steam, it 'had the most tools' and the 'greatest variety of uses'. That spot on Steam belongs to PD Howler now(32bit with GPU processing options), which has things in the drop down menus where I expect them to be, but has chosen a non-standard buffer workflow over an alpha layer workflow.

One of Krita's advantages is the lifetime DLC. Krita might be the only software with it. If this was 3D, Curvy3D and AGF have definitely made significant updates without additional cost, but in 2D, Krita with it's lifetime DLC is nice in the longterm.
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105 de 109 pessoas (96%) acharam esta análise útil
104.7 hrs em registo
Publicada: 2 de Abril de 2014
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This is a great digital painting software that has a lot to offer. Included is everything you would need to get personal or even professional work done. You can flip and rotate the canvas like in SAI, there are perspective tools to guide scene creation, a plethora of usefull brushes (speedpaint sketch being my favorite), not to mention all the filters and photo manipulation that you would find in photoshop. I love that I can resize the canvas without interfiering with the drawing. I love that every brush can be used as an eraser with just a toggle key. It's as fast and light as SAI with all the functionality of bulky photoshop.

I would love to see a more focused direction though. Having all this functionality can sometimes get in the way of whats important in a program like this. Getting straight into the work with clear intuitive controls and minimizing any bumps that get in the way and allowing the user to get a hold of the full functionality with little effort. I find that less clutter and more user control via hotkeys and slidders the better. This is aimed at visual people after all. I would also like them to take advantage of modifier keys.

Thankfully they are adding the ability to switch between brushes with hotkeys. No information on when that will be, but it's this kind of functionality that speeds up the painting process. Less time fiddling around in tool windows and more time spent with your eyes on the canvas.

The dev's have been very attentive during the entire early access process of this software. I've personally provided lots of feedback that I've already seen results from. A big thumbs up to this dev team and the fact that they do care about the user and want to shape Krita around our needs. Gemini already came in with a good foundation of standard features that you expect to see in a digital painting software. So theres a lot to build on for them going forward now. It still needs a lot of work and I hope people will continue to provide usefull feedback. Krita Gemini has really benifited from the early access.
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32 de 32 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
27.3 hrs em registo
Publicada: 27 de Abril de 2014
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There's a lot that can be said about this software, some good and some bad. So I'm going to list the Pros and Cons of the software as well as a tl;dr at the bottom.

The wrap-around feature which is surprisingly well implemented and easy to use
The brushes are well done and almost any brush you'd need for a drawing or painting is already implemented
If a brush you need is not implemented you can tweak every brush to your hearts content and save it as a preset
The perspective grid is easily created and edited to create near perfect perspective drawings
Photoshop-like layers which will make any photoshop user feel right at home
Excellent developer response (Read below if you want more information)
Don't have enough money to buy Krita Gemini? Go to their site and get the free Krita Desktop, same software almost except no Steam support and a few features aren't there but other than that the same thing but free. (But buy Krita Gemini as soon as you have enough money)

Unable to animate within application
Small images sometimes don't work (For example 128x128 px)
Too many pros, not enough cons.

Developer Response:
I'm the only person having the problem in the cons list and they responded and talked to me one on one on steam in order to understand the problem so they can try and fix it ASAP. It's like everyone is having the problem and they want to fix it quickly. GREAT developer response and I think better than what I've ever seen in my entire life. Sure it took a few days for them to actually see my review but I'd rather wait a few days and get this kind of customer service than wait a few days and they do nothing or not even get a response in general.

Figured out how to use pen pressure, I guess my tablet was just screwing up so NOT THE PROGRAMS FAULT. With pen pressure lines are AMAZINGLY smooth and I'm beginning to like this program more than Photoshop as it's MUCH cheaper and just runs better in general.

Tldr; Excellent customer service, excellent tools, and professional brushes make this an EXCELLENT buy.
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26 de 26 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
150.5 hrs em registo
Publicada: 10 de Outubro de 2014
Let me make one thing very clear... as a former photoshop user who uses a cintiq, KRITA is by far one of the best illustration applications I have ever used.

I am not over exagerating. I began playing with it when it was barely usable on Windows, since then its grown by leaps and bounds. Its not only extremely stable, but one of the most natural feeling painting applications I have ever used. I have no need to go back to photoshop unless it involves advanced photomanipulation or plugins, and even then it is painfully obvious that this will be temporary. Why? Because Krita develops at an extremely fast place. It is literally the best photoshop alternative on the market.

I have been on their developer IRC channels, they know what they are doing and with financial support coming in from steam as well as Kickstarter, they are truly making one of the best 2d applications on the market right now. Not to mention it is FREE and open source if you go to their website.

That said, if you like it, use it, buy it on steam or donate. It is worth every penny and it supports the developers. I cannot stress enough how great this application is. Give it a try, learn how to use it, you will love it.
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11 de 11 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
24.6 hrs em registo
Publicada: 17 de Maio de 2014
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Great app, but the new symmetry tool indicator is a step backwards.

I've been using Krita on Linux for a while and was glad to see it getting released on Steam. Recent updates have greatly improved stability and speed.

The only design decision of their recentmost efforts that I see as a step backwards is the very large, opaque symmetry tool indicator that divides your canvas when mirroring is turned on. It doesn't rotate when you use arbitrary canvas rotation while drawing and is generally too large and in the way,

Other apps such as Sketchbook and Manga Studio either have very minimal indicators for symmetry or the option to turn them to a low opacity. I find the new implementation too distracting and have stopped using it as a result. Adding a toggle for the symmetry/mirror tool's new indicator line would be great.

Great work, team. The new improvements are great!
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12 de 13 pessoas (92%) acharam esta análise útil
8.5 hrs em registo
Publicada: 4 de Junho de 2014
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This program is incredible, arguably the best digital painting program I've ever used: I can hardly believe that it's still in beta. It surpasses PhotoShop, GIMP, ArtRage, and even SAI in terms of brush availability and versatility (you can edit the brushes however you want and save them as a preset). It doesn't consume much memory compared to other painting programs, nor does it make my Wacom tablet lag when used - it's incredibly tablet-friendly because it was designed with them in mind.

With lifetime upgrades and early access for $25, it's a steal. I have no doubt that this program will only get better as it is developed further.
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10 de 12 pessoas (83%) acharam esta análise útil
10.8 hrs em registo
Publicada: 9 de Novembro de 2014
So, I'll start with review off with saying I actually stopped using this product. I prefer a different free application. Though, this is a really great product for the right kind of artist. Skip to the bottom for a TL;DR.

One thing that is nearly inexcusable is that when you switch brushes it resets your brush settings, and the slider you use to change the size jumps. So you might go from 5.55 to 15.55 and getting anything inbetween is rather difficult.

I can not stress enough though how big of an issue that setting reset is for me though. I would say it is the main reason I stopped using this software.

Now, the brush selection is incredible. I found a few that were similar to what I'm used to and a plethora of ones I could learn to master. A helpful hint is right clicking the brush will let you set a category for it to go to. So you can make a 'Favorite' category and not have to go through their freaking 70 brushes every time. The layers were a bit of a learning curve but I eventually understood it.

This game is a freaking *chore* to launch though, Steam does it's usual pre launch updates and then the actual program goes. And that has a window to launch to pick the page size and then another window for the actual art program.

And I want to warn people with older computers you might have severe lagging issues. My laptop is about 3-4 years old and this is the one art program out of all the ones I have tried (SAI, Photoshop, GIMP, and FireAlpaca) where I have actually had to stop drawing because there was so much lag my lines came out like puke.


> I woud NOT suggest this program if you do simple line art and flat or CG coloring. It is a very solid program but you're better off with something free like FireAlpaca. This has too much you won't really be using. I would not suggest it if you have an older computer either. I would not suggest this as your first painting program. Get something simplier if you're just getting into digital art.

> I would DEFINITELY suggest this if you do complex digital painting. This is where you will really get the bang for your buck and where I would feel like none of the money for this program would be wasted. I would also suggest it if your computer is rather new, to avoid the lagging issues I had.
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5 de 5 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
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0.7 hrs em registo
Publicada: 28 de Novembro de 2014
It opens PSD !!!!finally something to edit my photoshop grahpics.

excellent purchase, thank you
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5.6 hrs em registo
Publicada: 23 de Abril de 2014
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This is a nice program to use for art i really enjpy this and im pretty sure u guys will enjoy this program to i really enjoy everything that you can do on it with designing drawing and editting pictures so i recommend it
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2 de 3 pessoas (67%) acharam esta análise útil
4.7 hrs em registo
Publicada: 10 de Junho de 2014
Although nice software it has a long way to go before i would consider giving up sai or photoshop for it. That being said tho it has some really nice tools and the brushes on offer are very nice indeed. Not practical for myself tho being a professional artist my work has to have a certain polish to it that sadly this software can not seem to achive. But for someone that wants something to toy around with for there own fun and enjoyment i say its very much worth the cost just dont expect anything to amazing. Also im not sure if its just me but after a while it all seemed to begin to lag a bit. And im using a 64 bit quad core with 16 gig of ram so thats something i feel shouldnt happen. But who knows it might get patched or perhaps there is something on my end. So final verdict is yes its nice and very fun to use it just dosent measure up to the standards of something i can use for work but im not sorry i bought it and i think neither will you be.
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23.4 hrs em registo
Publicada: 31 de Maio de 2014
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Very good app, I love it, it has a few issues, but they have been fixing them in the updates. And the price is nice.
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I like this soft very much.
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it cool!
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Well, I wouldnt recomend this if you're using mouse or just getting started into digital painting.
I honestly wish I had used the demo before buying this straight up.
For someone getting into digital painting straight from using MS paint and MyPaint I thought I could improve and create images like ones shown on the preview section without having to pay the full amount of PhotoShop.

Heres the list of troubles I've had, not just as a mouse user but as a person just getting into digital painting.

- The opening of Krita Gamini is plain and simple, but at first worried me on what to click.

- It would be really nice if they implemented a 'recent brush / preset use' so that if you're testing new brushes about and accidently click on something else that resets the presets back to the top that you can find the brush you were using.

- I've grown used to using the Right mouse to click and drag the canvas around here it actually removes the view of the mouse and does like a 'quick choice' circle full of brushes which I suppose is good if you want to quickly get to the eraser but it completely throws me off.

- I'm finding the layers very hard to get used to.

- The text option works very weirdly and immediatly puts text in at size 20 which makes it 'omg wtf have I done' and its actually kind of hard to work with the text boxes.

I'll probally edit this later on.
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Publicada: 8 de Dezembro de 2014
I really love this program, The brushes are amazing and the control is awesome. The only little downside I have with this program is it takes a little while to load up files or create new ones. Same thing happens with switching layers. Other than those this is one of my favorite programs to use. Seeing as to how fluid it all works is stunning, and with some respects (in my opinion) I enjoy this more than Photoshop.
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Publicada: 18 de Junho de 2014
Very early review in the use of this, but as a Tablet owner (Bamboo), and someone who use's artrage +Blackink, I'd just like to give my 1st impression.

This seems plagued by the same unresponsive nature as the free (Krita (x64)), which kicks in mid stroke on some brush's making it very disruptive at times to use. updating the pen position is vital at all times and priority needs to go to that.

Other than that it looks pretty nice, not as intuitive as I'd hope for, but sure given enough time that wouldn't be an issue.
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17.0 hrs em registo
Publicada: 24 de Junho de 2014
Krita (free version as well as Gemini) is my favourite piece of software right now, even though it isn't even 100% done yet.
The only reason I'm using Manga Studio 5 more often is that I'm usually at work on a Mac, and the OSX port isn't out yet. (but they're working actively on it right now)
If you think Krita Gemini is too expensive right now (really, it's not) just remember that it can easily match, and at some points even surpass, pieces of software that have 4 digits in their price tag. There are a few things that still need work (the program could be optimized a bit better to improve performance, more advanced transform tools and/or other image editing options, etc.) but I'm confident that with devs as devoted as these, everything will work out just great. The brushes are awesome, the shortcuts make sense, the UI is very customizable and it's just a lot of fun to use. I can't wait to see what Krita still has in store for us.
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Publicada: 3 Maio
Excellent!! But crashes everytime when I opening the kra. file or any on win. A bit slower than krita desktop on win. but works good on linux! I still recommend because team krita yeah!!
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