If you ever feel the inclination I'm sure there are some people that would be interested in the process of starting from an AI generation if you do more The sunrise colours are beautiful. I love sunrise colours but they're one thing I am usually staying up for rather than getting up for ^_^;
As usual, very nice work, love this one! I'd actually never herd of Krita before but after seeing this I'm definitely going to give it a try. However, I have a question, why use both Krita & Photoshop for one painting?
I really like Krita when blocking in things. The Digital Atelier brushes there (a paid brush set) have a nice balance of control and natural feel. And in Krita I have a toolbox that has all the brushes I use as a nice set of icons in a similar way I had back when I was using Corel Painter. That's something Photoshop still after all these years doesn't have. But again in Photoshop there are mixer brushes that have the dirty brush effect which is not available in Krita. So I'm using the best of both worlds.
1) Good job finding something we can trust AI with.
2) I'm glad someone else hates white canvas as much as I do. The artist I'm closest friends with doesn't understand. The most useful thing my highschool art teacher taught me was to just put something down, even if you completely change it later.
In Krita I'm using Digital Atelier (https://gumroad.com/l/sFbEb) and for Photoshop I have Perfect Oils by Eldar Zakirov (https://www.eldarzakirov.com/Shop/The-Perfect-Oils-Mixer-Brush-Presets-for-Photoshop-versions-from-CS5). And the AI is art breeder (artbreeder.com).