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 🙂
Did some face-studies for character designs in Krita past week as a way to relax. I can´t stop detailing the woman, so I am posting now to stop myself.
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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, 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.
Continue reading “HSI and HSY for Krita’s advanced colour selector.”
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.
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|Ramón Miranda||the idea is cool, very romantic imo. but useful? hmm i doubt it. anyway is a painting so we can do wathever we want . But if the image is for a game with real time animations, then think twice and give her a useful clothes.|
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.
Some talk in the Krita IRC was about textured brush presets and lava, and somehow I ended up doodling this due to that.
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.