Last night started putting up Dolphin Tutorial for Gimp. The tutorial is basically starting with a pencil drawing, use path tool to deep etch the image, add color to the dolphin. Adding waves and sky keeping it simple. Generously, I also have added a pencil drawing link, to download the pencil drawing of the dolphin. dolphin tutorial click here
I will also add a tutorial for the Path Tool, and other little tutorials to add to this first tutorial. As I wrote the tutorial while recreating the image, I may have missed some things. Hopefully all the added mini tutorials, will be added, before any-one finishes the dolphin. Will add more on wave creating with brushes and using brushes to deepen the sky effect.
A fun way of turning hand drawings into coloured digital art.
Well, if you didn’t know by now , I am an Open Source software nut, not because it is free, it has a community that work together, to create awesome software. Krita is one of those fantastic software packages. After spending many years using linux (Ubuntu), I gained respect for the Libre world of software. I found that spending a lot of money doesn’t mean it’s better. So I created a page with links to Krita download and Krita tutorials you will also in time, find links to other open software packages.
At the moment I have pages with links to Gimp, Inkscape. One thing you will need with Frita is a graphic tablet, desn’t have to be big flashy one, but make sure the drivers are compatible. Mine is a 4 inch x 6 inch as long as you can draw moving your fingers and wrists it’s cool. I will be posting exercises I learnt years ago that are now very handy. They seemed to have stopped me getting RSI, not that they will for others.
Just added some comics to the 3 different comics. They are old ones but good ones, so I say. Also made changes to tutorial links and updated them. Have been trying out suitable screen grabbing software for the tutorials, now, I believe I have found one.
I am going to try and mix CamStudio, OBS and Blender, should be interesting. Blender is a fantastic program for editing simple video. Am going to experiment with overlaying certain elements over OBS video in Blender. Should be interesting.
Not using a microphone at the moment, have to buy one. Never needed one before, if I can, will try to use written text instead. For those wondering, what all those programs do, click their link, and check them out.