Krita

The Krita team had manage to pull another successful release, after many weeks of dealing with the least fun of the developers activities, squashing bugs. Congratulations! Obviously things doesn’t end here, as this new version is ready to ship, the team continues the hard work towards the next version. One thing I keep noticing as …

Krita 4.2 – Digital Art Journey part 2 Read More »

In the previous post I showed a couple of brushes that where a bit more oriented towards a traditional look, the type of painting would look more “fuzzy” or even “painterly” while I use them. In this occasion I will continue to show some of those but I also want to round up the introduction …

Quiralta’s SimpleMind Brush Set part 3 Read More »

In the previous post I introduce a couple of specialty brushes I customized to do very specific types of drawings, clouds and pines, this time I would like to demonstrate a single brush, but most important a very useful and in my humble opinion very cool feature on Krita that often gets misunderstood; The Eraser …

Pencil and eraser – Digital Art Journey part 1 Read More »

In the previous post I mentioned my experience with Krita and how it shaped the way I use its presets. Now lets take a look at the actual presets and make some sense out of its use. I called the bundle Simple Mind because that’s the way I customized them, with little technical knowledge of …

Quiralta’s SimpleMind Brush Set part 2 Read More »

Been a self thought artist makes one to follow very unconventional ways of doing our craft, some times we figure things out just as it supposed to be, other times we simply go through our own methods, for the better or for the worst (worst here means, a method that is not as efficient as …

Quiralta’s SimpleMind Brush Set part 1 Read More »

Back in the days when I started using FOSS, mostly for genealogy and my daily computer uses, I wondered about the art that was been created and how would evolve with time. I then found about software like GIMP, Blender and Inkscape, and without knowing much about the way they worked I decided to give …

Art and the open community Read More »