Entry for June’s Monthly Drawing challenge: Flow

Didn’t get anywhere with my GSoC code today, so decided to start do some painting and doing the drawing challenge. Had some fun :)

Made the sketch in 8bit, and also did the flats in 8bit. Then went to 16bit int with linear space to do the mixing. Finally, overlaid the image with a slight pattern, set to overlay, and then converted to 8bit, to prevent banding artefacts. Ended up pretty well :)



Little update

So, I did two important things recently.

First, I posted my 101 sketches I made with Krita since I started working on it. I made a google+ album out of it, because I didn’t think this server could hanle 101 sketches easily.

Secondly, I formally open sourced my little SVG comic reader with GPL 3.0 (which I think is sensible for a web-application.) You can find it on github here: https://github.com/therahedwig/SVG-comic-reader

I actually made it 2.5 years ago, but I never formally open sourced it, more forgot about it, actually. When at the Krita sprint, Boudewijn remarked he really disliked  the way how webcomics present themselves, I remembered it again and show it to him and Timothée Giet. Timothée, as a comics creator was interested in using it, and I finally took the step to open source it.

It has quite a few features, so check out the readme at github.

Some work done with the new assistants in Krita 2.9

So, a while back I added new assistants to Krita.

The demonstration for how to use them is here:

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And here’s some images I did with them: