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Playing around with Krita

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Playing around with Krita

Sun Aug 22, 2010 12:06 am
Tree with Dancing Leaves - done with the pixel pencil and deform
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No and Jump - done with the pixel pencil and deform
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Cowboy on Bull - done with the pixel pencil and deform
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Dark Face - done with the pixel pencil, chalk, smudge, and deform
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Campfire - done with the pixel pencil, chalk, smudge, soft, and deform
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All the Krita files are here http://drop.io/jq1eekg and are licensed CC-BY-SA comments are welcome and deeply appreciated.


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Sun Aug 22, 2010 12:13 am
Very dark and mysterious... :0)


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Re: Playing around with Krita

Sun Aug 22, 2010 8:06 am
I especially like Tree with Dancing Leaves -- very intriguing.
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Re: Playing around with Krita

Wed Aug 25, 2010 11:51 am
Interesting work.
Very stylized/artistic, keep on playing around ! ;)


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Re: Playing around with Krita

Wed Aug 25, 2010 12:13 pm
Really cool!

Any feature request regarding the deform brush?


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Wed Aug 25, 2010 2:02 pm
LukasT.dev wrote:Any feature request regarding the deform brush?


I do have one : Please make it mix Transparency/Alpha channel with color
(And same thing for the smudge brush)
Because actually they work well on an opaque layer (like with a white background or a photo), but they're almost unusable for paintings on transparent layer.

Do you see what I mean?


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Fri Aug 27, 2010 4:02 pm
I would like to be able to control rotation direction with pressure or tilt.

Right now I have deform on both sides of my pen one Swirl CW and the other Swirl CCW. Switching back and forth slows my workflow down. Since I also switch to other paintops like chalk, etc. It goes something like this; chalk, deform( swirl CW), pixel brush, deform (Spiral CCW, resize deform with shift), pixel brush,, smudge, repeat until it looks right. ( Learning the hotkeys to switch to a specific paintops will make this faster for me so it should be less of an issue as i learn them.)

Also the a ability to combine deforms in one 'brush' might be fun to play with. heck even cooler would be combining multiple paintops in one 'brush'


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Re: Playing around with Krita

Mon Aug 30, 2010 12:51 pm
verbalshadow wrote:I would like to be able to control rotation direction with pressure or tilt.


I will try to add it before feature freeze 2.3

verbalshadow wrote:Right now I have deform on both sides of my pen one Swirl CW and the other Swirl CCW. Switching back and forth slows my workflow down. Since I also switch to other paintops like chalk, etc. It goes something like this; chalk, deform( swirl CW), pixel brush, deform (Spiral CCW, resize deform with shift), pixel brush,, smudge, repeat until it looks right. ( Learning the hotkeys to switch to a specific paintops will make this faster for me so it should be less of an issue as i learn them.)


Have you tried pop-up pallete?

verbalshadow wrote:Also the a ability to combine deforms in one 'brush' might be fun to play with. heck even cooler would be combining multiple paintops in one 'brush'


Hm..sounds like a new tool proposal :)

Animtim wrote:
LukasT.dev wrote:Any feature request regarding the deform brush?


I do have one : Please make it mix Transparency/Alpha channel with color
(And same thing for the smudge brush)
Because actually they work well on an opaque layer (like with a white background or a photo), but they're almost unusable for paintings on transparent layer.

Do you see what I mean?


Yes, this bug https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=217124
I will try to fix it.


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