User-made Python Plugins¶
To install and manage your plugins, visit the Comment réaliser un module externe Python pour Krita area. See the second area on how to get Krita to recognize your plugin.
Direct Eraser Plugin
ThreeSlots plugin: creates three brushtool shortcuts that memorize last used brush preset for each slot independently from each other.
QuickColor: shortcuts to get a color from a specified palette
BrushColorSwitch: switches brush and foreground/background color with the same action/shortcut.
Tablet Controls Docker
On-screen Canvas Shortcuts
AnimLayers (Animate with Layers)
Reference Image Docker (old style)
Mirror Fix - Correct Symmetry Errors
ToggleRefLayer: enables you to assign a keyboard shortcut to toggle the visibility of a reference layer named "reference"
Shotgun Toolkit Engine for Krita: allows working in a managed way, loading/saving/publishing artwork, keeping it up to date and publishing your projects and layers into Shotgun
Art Revision Control (using GIT)
Spine File Format Export
Subwindow organizer: split screen, adjusting to window size changes, snapping to workspace borders and more.
KanvasBuddy: a small dialog that floats on top of the canvas packed with enough features to let you spend as much time in Canvas-Only mode as possible. The idea behind KB was to provide the 20% of tools used 80% of the time in the most out-of-the-way GUI possible.
Source, main page and download link: https://github.com/Kapyia/KanvasBuddy
Krita-artists thread: https://krita-artists.org/t/kanvasbuddy-a-minimalist-toolbar/549
Python plugins development¶
Krita Plugin generator
Python auto-complete for text editors
Timer Watch - Time Management Tool
Post images on Mastodon
Bash Action (works with OSX and Linux)
See Something We Missed?¶
Have a resource you made and want to to share it with other artists? Let us know in the forum or visit our chat room to discuss getting the resource added to here.
We have curated a list of community created resources for Krita. These resources will be hosted on external website, which is not under the control of Krita or KDE. Please report any error or corrections in the content to the Krita developers.