@Gina It depends. Krita is more tailored towards drawing whereas GIMP would be better suited for image manipulation.
There's also Glimpse, a fork of GIMP that I use. Interface sits better with me than GIMPs.
Krita is for digital painting, it cannot replace Photoshop for most things.
@boilingsteam what would you advice in this case?
I don't have a good advice. Photoshop workflows are hard to replicate on software like GIMP. If someone is really used to Photoshop the best advice I would have is to run Photoshop in a VM. Relearning everything from scratch in GIMP is possible but takes massive efforts.
I can also recommend a combination of Krita and GIMP to replace Adobe's Photoshop. However, to ease the transistion for people used to Photoshop's UI I suggest using these themes ( https://github.com/draekko/gimp-cc-themes ) as they use similar icons and the dark theme is easier on the eyes than GIMP's defaults...
GIMP also has fantastic docs and tutorials in many languages to get someone started:
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