Krita GSoC: Colour selectors with Colourspaces support

Hi,
my last post was long ago, the reason were my exams which ended a week ago and which forced me to do some learning. But in the past week I started working on Krita again.

All selector types from this site are implemented now. All of them support colour spaces, which is important, if using cmyk. There is quite a difference in what you are probably used to, as you can see here:
colour selector types

This is of course still work in progress. I plan to change the layout of the selectors dynamically according to the space provided. For instance the horizontal slider of the wheel selector will be a vertical one, if the width is greater than the height. This way the widget will be very space efficient.

I also made the MyPaint shade selector colour space aware. Here is a direct comparison between cmyk at the top and rgb at the bottom.
my paint selector, cmyk and rgb
As you probably see, this widget is not antialiased. It’s not as simple as setting a flag in Qt, but during programming the standard selectors, I’ve learned, how to make it antialiased. So in the final version there will certainly be a MyPaint selector with antialiased edges. If I have time, I will also happily implement some of these ideas.

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3 Responses to “Krita GSoC: Colour selectors with Colourspaces support”

  1. Keith says:

    OMFG I’m drooling out my arse. I would love to see these in KColorDialog also.

  2. Adam Celarek says:

    first i have to finish it for krita and karbon.. :)

  3. Keith says:

    I understand and cannot wait. Very excellent job on it. I’d love to see what other stuff you come up with in the future ^_^