My free, minimalist, compact, with black&white thumbnail brushpreset kit for the free and open-source software Krita. Designed for my own productivity. for less color pollution on screen, and tested during monthes incrementally on github.
Download : to download the ZIP press the 'Download Button' on the top-right column of this very Deviant-art page.
Legend: a. Digital brush, rounded, flat, angular. Opacity on pressure. F symbol = flow opacity. b. Expressive brushes c. Rakes or textured strokes d. Mixbrushes and blend tools e. Stamp / textures, cloudy, grungy f. Hard texture and chalks h. Tools : Eraser, Warp, Alchemy, Clone,Line.
Installation : Unzip, and copy/paste the folders into your Krita user-preference directory : screenshot on Linux . You can open your preference directory inside Krita : Edit > Ressources > Open Resources Folder. Restart Krita.
Support : If you need support for installing brush in your operating system, connect now to the Krita developper chat here . Fill a nickname and ask your questions, someone will reply to help you. (Note : It can take some time, be patient ).
The Black Widow remains after all these years, a remarkable feat of engineering. The YF-23 simply fell short of Air Force "doctrine" that favored the more conservative looking YF-22. It is perfectly natural to show sympathy to the losing party, especially if they brought their A-game into it - and boy did they deliver.
How to install: Find your HAWX game directory, go to the folder "Data" and inside you'll find "textures". In there, find "geoms" and place the .dds files there. Note that if one or more of those folders don't exist, create them yourself. The game engine will automatically recognize them.
Credits: Wikipedia and Scramble for the references and logos.
The download Links apparently have become corrupted so I had to put them Down and uploeaded directly to DA. Youtube apparently now is being bitchier about channel BG's, so it is important that you save the file to a reasonable size to upload as a background.
THE TEMPLATE JPEG IS MERELY ILLUSTRATIVE, It's supposed to be used as a reference on the PSD file, so you can edit it to your liking. IF YOU HAVE NO PHOTO EDITING SOFTWARE KNOWLEDGE, I recommend you use a Ready-to-use Design easily found here on DA on many groups. Even so I included some jpegs from moderate to low quality for direct uploading.
Still, if you're a rookie on Youtube BG uploading, there are some simple instructions you can follow:
- After downloading and opening the files in Photoshop, what you see there is the template, the red outline marks the boundaries of the active channel area, both on the simple and partner banner reserved, anything done OUTSIDE of it WILL APPEAR on your channel background, don't worry, the outline is pinpoint precise...
- The "Main Tab" layer indicates your channel tab, directly below your main stats and avatar, edit it to your liking as well, respecting the boundaries, even though little can be done here...
- After editing it to your liking, SAVE THE FILE TO A JPEG, AND IF NECESSARY, MOVE THE QUALITY SLIDER UNTIL IT REMAINS BELOW 750 Kbytes, with the standard baseline scan method, so it will load all pixel information more rapidly. Anything above this size limit will either take too long to load or won't be uploaded at all. The background is merely decorative, not a masterpiece... (If the file is still not accepted, size it down further)
- There are also 3 backgrounds I created and uploaded which you can use on your Design. They're saved as smart objects, so just drag and drop onto your opened PSD file, size it roughly, correct the sizing as you may, RASTERIZE it (will reduce the final image size), and edit if you wish...
Well, apparently YouTube is really focken boring and decided to reduce your channel personalization area to about the size of a partnership banner. Because your channel is unique, like a snowflake. Which actually makes sense because from a distant they all look pretty much the same. Like YouTube channels in 2013.
Still, I really appreciate all your support on this guys! I really didn't expect such popularity for such a simple resource, thank you all so very much!