Krita: Painting and Coloring

Paul Gieske, Digital Art Enthusiast

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15 Videos (1h 19m)
    • Introduction

      2:03
    • Alpha Inheritence

      2:24
    • Blending

      2:17
    • Example: a Basic Sphere

      1:37
    • Example: Shading and HIghlighting

      6:47
    • Blend Modes

      7:07
    • Example: 3 Orbs

      10:59
    • Example: Gem

      8:17
    • Special Brushes (Textured, Smudge and Wet)

      5:18
    • Special Brushes Update

      2:53
    • Example: Rock Texture

      5:43
    • Example: Textured Spheres

      3:17
    • Example: Smudge Flame

      4:57
    • Appendix A: Picking the Colours

      8:44
    • Appendix B: Lighting

      6:37

About This Class

Welcome to section 3 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 students who have a little prior knowledge of Krita. Have a look at Part 1 of this course to get a good grasp of the fundamentals.

This course focuses on teaching the Krita tools which help us with colouring and painting. A number of exercises and examples are included.

We will cover the following topics:

  • Alpha inheritance
  • Blending
  • Blend modes
  • Special brushes (Textured, smudge and wet/mix brushes)

Take a look at the roadmap to get an idea of the contents of the course.

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Paul Gieske

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