The popular open source painting application Krita just hit the major milestone of a 4.0 release. This release adds several new features but by far the biggest new feature has to be vector graphics support. Krita now supports SVG 1.1 with 2.0 support in the works and received several new tools to support vector graphics workflows. Built on top of the new vector graphics functionality, Krita also received an excellent new Text tool.
There are several other new features such as an isometric grid, fat pixel editor when heavily zoomed allowing you to paint on a pixel by pixel basis, new Python support including a new Python plugin manager and much more. You can learn more about this release from the release notes available here. I also look into the release in more detail in this video, also embedded below.