Releases and prereleases contain links to standalone packages (and installers for full releases) for Windows, and AppImage files for Linux.
Using alpha releases comes with its own risks. Sometimes bugs can sneak in that causes crashes, so don't be too surprised by that. If you come across any, please do report those bugs so they can be dealt with.
The nightly installers and standalone archives can be downloaded from the AppVeyor CI
Click on the link matching your architecture (32 or 64), then the tab named "Artifacts"
to get the file list. Only one of the files ending in
.7z are needed.
Using the standalone archive (7z) is recommended.
The latest stable release is available to install via winget, the Windows Package Manager. To search for the package, run:
winget search MyPaint
and to install, run:
winget install --id MyPaint.MyPaint
The winget package is not maintained by the dev team.
MyPaint depends on its brushstroke rendering library, libmypaint, as well as its brush library mypaint-brushes. If you have those installed, plus MyPaint's third party dependencies, you can try it out without installing:
git clone https://github.com/mypaint/mypaint.git cd mypaint python setup.py demo
If the demo works, you can install
python setup.py managed_install python setup.py managed_uninstall
For more details, see the Setup Instructions.
The MyPaint project welcomes and encourages participation by everyone. We want our community to be skilled and diverse, and we want it to be a community that anybody can feel good about joining. No matter who you are or what your background is, we welcome you.
MyPaint is Free/Libre/Open Source software. See Licenses and Copyrights for a summary of its licensing. A list of contributors can be found in the about dialog.
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