I had intended to record a timelapse of her, but only saw after finishing it that I didn’t press ‘record’… Took about 1 hour and 20 minutes on this.
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:
So, in the past few weeks, I spent some time hacking a new feature into Krita that I had wanted for a long time, and this monday I actually commited it. So, I figured it be best to make a little post about the new functionality.
A full-body test of one of the test characters I use in my drawing tutorials.
I thought it be nice if she has a light dress over most of her armour, and then as she moves the dress gets caught in the wind, and the armour underneath becomes visible.
Sketches from march 31 to april 15
Playing with the settings of Krita brushes. Got a nice textured effect, so decided to do a drawing with it. Fire is a favourite subject of mine.
I recorded the progress of this one for a perspective tutorial. But… I forgot the pauze hotkey for the screen recording program. So I ended up drawing 2ish hours non stop. My arms hurt now.
Not very clean, but I am relatively happy with it.
Krita doodle for the week.
first wanted to make a background, then had a composition problem: Dragon inserted to solve.
Some practice inspired half by a timelapse of a portrait and half by my annoyance I haven’t done expressions and flowers other than lilies much.
I hadn’t painted properly in a while, so I decided to put down an image I had been having in my head, though I’m not sure if the eighties hair was really part of it, I’m not upset with it there either.
Drew this in 16bit srgb first before converting it to my monitor’s profile.