Krita - Getting Started | Paul Gieske | Skillshare
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17 Videos (1h 14m)
    • Introduction

      1:37
    • Quickstart (for Krita 4.0)

      5:24
    • Note: Krita Updates to version 4.0

      1:57
    • Brushes (for Krita 3.3)

      4:28
    • Brushes (for Krita 4.0)

      2:15
    • Example: Wood

      3:15
    • Customizing the User Interface

      2:42
    • Layers

      3:13
    • Basic Tools

      6:01
    • Example: Face

      9:40
    • 4 Tips to Improve Your Workflow

      2:32
    • Exercise: Cactus

      5:26
    • Example: Cloud

      5:30
    • Exercise: Wood

      5:28
    • Appendix: 8 tips drawing steady strokes

      5:10
    • Appendix: 6 tips to stay motivated

      7:09
    • Appendix: How to import the old brushes

      1:51
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About This Class

Welcome to section 1 of my course Essentials of Digital Illustrations with Krita.

Krita is a highly acclaimed digital painting software, and it is completely free and open source. Getting started in digital illustration without splurging on license fees has never been easier.

This section is targeted at the complete beginner, and covers taking the first steps in digital illustration. The course provides a strong introduction both into the Krita software, as well as into digital illustration in general. Take a look at the roadmap of section 1 to get an idea of the contents.

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We will learn:

  • To create basic doodles
  • Some commonly used brushes
  • Layers and basic tools
  • Construction and sketching
  • Coloring and shading
  • Lots of tips on drawing with a graphics tablet, increasing productivity, and keeping up the motivation

This is section 1 of the course. The following road map gives an overview of the course as a whole.

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Great for total beginners to digital art
Thanks so much for this! This course is perfect for beginners, or people like me, who were just frustrated by the program!

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