Inking brushes 1.2 and Miscellaneous brushes 1.0 for Krita 2.8 as well as the Candy pallete under the cut.
Okay, so we’ve all had it once that we scanned something in and wanted to make it transparent. LIke, removing the white from a lineart on white paper. For this you can set the layer on multiply or even use masking techniques.
In my case, I’m doing a water-coloured webcomic, and I wanted to remove the white, without damaging the colours. So that I could overlap the picture onto another and the colours would blend.
I was before messing around with masking techniques, but I had problem with keeping the colours right. I’ve now found a technique that’s a bit more easy, and which allows me to draw this:
What you need:
*A picture(scanned in or otherwise)
*A computer with the gimp installed.
My version of the gimp is Dutch, so I’ll be putting the english name of the steps in bold.