MyPaint 1.1.0 Released With New Color Dialog And Geometry Tools, More

MyPaint, an open source application for digital painters, has reached version 1.1.0, the new version bringing new blending models, new geometry tools like sequence of lines, curved lines and ellipses, a new color dialog and other interesting changes.MyPaint is especially designed to create images from scratch and it’s not intended to be an image manipulation application (like GIMP), although you can still do many such operations using it. The application features a simple interface, unlimited canvas, extensive brush creation, basic layer support and more and is available for Linux, Windows and Mac OSX.MyPaint 1.1.0 – some of the new features: new color dialog, geometry toolsNew features / changes in MyPaint 1.1.0:geometry tools: sequence of lines, curved lines, ellipses;new brush and layer blending modes; different layer merging;new color dialog: palette and gamut mapping;improved document frame, can be resized on canvas;symmetric drawing mode;old color changer (“washed”) from 0.6 is available again;toolbar improvements, e.g. move layer mode, pan/zoom;revised cursor and on-canvas color picker;better separation of mypaint’s brush library; json brush file format;translations, performance improvements, bugfixes, and more.Install MyPaint in UbuntuThe latest MyPaint 1.1.0 stable isn’t available in any PPA, but you can use the MyPaint Testing PPA, which even though it uses fresh

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