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This is a speedpaint to see how useful can be the HairyBrush engine in Krita. I think is quite good to make bristles. After 2 hours i ended with this waterfall using a limited palette. you can see some details and close ups here. forum.kde.org/viewtopic.php?f=...
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This was done time ago but shows what hairy brushes can do. I published them and they now live inside the krita3 set. The brush engine needs a bit more love but can do a lot of things. In my own channel there is one video iirw
Would like to use this in an open source gaming project. May I have a higher resolution darker version? Your CC license says no derivatives, not sure if darkening it to look like it's inside a gave would be a derivative.
No problem at all.
I feel as if my initial comment doesn't do enough justice to my very deep liking of your speedpainting. It obviously is great but it's soooo much greater since this is the art I am most particularly fond of! Ha, wishing you the very best of luck in future drawings!
Thanks for the comment. yes, i have painted a lot on Ipad. in fact i use Procreate and Artstudio sometimes. i was searching something similar in android tablets but the evolution is slower.who knows the future
Sketchbook is slow with big sizes on ipad2 and i can paint 4k in procreate without lag., that is important. And Sketchbook is not very customizable with his brush engine. Most of all apps for painting are not very suited for Back up your brushes. Procreate can share brushes. good point too. But i think we are only at the beggining of digital art in tablet devices.