VOD archived: youtu.be/lYvzE2V_69M
My first art stream will be on:
UTC +8 / SUN / JUN 24 / 10:00CST / SUN / JUN 24 / 10:00
EDT / SAT / JUN 23 / 22:00
PDT / SAT / JUN 23 / 19:00
See you then!
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By default, Krita and almost every other app save their WORKING FILE as their own special format. For example, Krita uses .kra files while Photoshop uses .psd files. They cannot be opened by general web browsers and image viewers, so you need to export them to portable format, like .jpg and .png files.
In Krita, you can export your picture by:
Menu > File > Export > Files of type (droplist on the dialogue's bottom):
Choose: JPEG image or PNG image.
JPEG image is a lossy compression format. I suggest you use quality over 90.
PNG image is a lossless compression format. You can just use it by default settings.
I suggests you consult Krita's manual in the future. It will teach you everything about digital art.
Just a suggestion Tyson, it would be a good idea to either stream on youtube instead of Twitch or have the chat visible on the stream so that people can see what you're reacting to. Its not a big problem or anything, just might make things less confusing when uploaded to youtube.
I can't access to YouTube without a proxy. My proxy is not stable enough to handle a livestream. I will ovelay chat to my videos once I figured it out. But right now, I can't do it with the broken OBS plugins under Linux. I will try both on another time.