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Some Paintings Done In Krita

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Some Paintings Done In Krita

Wed Jan 23, 2013 10:44 pm
You could say that I've officially "Moved In" to Krita. I use it almost exclusively now. I got hooked on some of the features, and now every time I'm in another program I find myself wanting one. That Shift+Drag brush size sure is useful. As is the quick presets pop up. Don't even get me started on how much I love the brush engine!

Anyway, just wanted to share some of the things I've done with it. I hope you all like! Honest critique is always welcome here!

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This was done for a group on deviantArt for environment promps. Made entirely in Krita.

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This is a design for a species creation of mine, with inspiration taken from the wonderful world of Japanese mythology. They're a "horror" species that uses scare tactics to get attention. They are completely harmless, they're just like needy children throwing a tantrum when ignored.

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And this was my attempt at some art for a nonexistent album entitled Steampunk Cyborg. This is the textless version.


Also, all of the paper/watercolor/metal/grunge textures used on the final images are from http://texturemate.com/
A completely free resource and one I use frequently.

As I said before, Critiques very welcome!
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Re: Some Paintings Done In Krita

Wed Jan 23, 2013 10:57 pm
I always really like seeing new work done with Krita from you.
Have you got a DeviantArt account ?


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Re: Some Paintings Done In Krita

Wed Jan 23, 2013 11:05 pm
Deevad wrote:I always really like seeing new work done with Krita from you.
Have you got a DeviantArt account ?


Thank you!
Actually I do :) http://stalcry.deviantart.com/
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Re: Some Paintings Done In Krita

Thu Jan 24, 2013 2:35 am
Wow, I really like the texturing on that last one, it has a very nice effect. And the green beast looks awesome! I Love the fur! How did you paint it? Hahah, I want one of those beasts, If they want attention I'll give it to them! xD
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Re: Some Paintings Done In Krita

Thu Jan 24, 2013 9:29 am
Awesome! Completely made my day :-)
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Re: Some Paintings Done In Krita

Thu Jan 24, 2013 4:37 pm
valerievk wrote:Wow, I really like the texturing on that last one, it has a very nice effect. And the green beast looks awesome! I Love the fur! How did you paint it? Hahah, I want one of those beasts, If they want attention I'll give it to them! xD


Thank you! I learned everything about how to paint fur from good ol' tutorials on deviantArt. Then I developed my own style from there :)

boudewijn wrote:Awesome! Completely made my day :-)

Ahaha, thank you so much! I'm glad you guys like them!
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Re: Some Paintings Done In Krita

Fri Jan 25, 2013 1:12 am
I see, yes, I did see a bunch of wolf fur tutorial on Deviantart lately. Glad to know they work well with Krita too! :D And nice job working out your own style!

 
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