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Tutorial: a Comic page from A to Z with Krita

Comic page from A to Z

**Resources**
- A zip pack with all is available here: http://www.peppercarrot.com/extras/vi...
- Deevad Brushkit version 8.1 bundle for Krita : http://www.davidrevoy.com/article319/...
- Comic page template, Krita file : http://www.peppercarrot.com/extras/vi...
- Perspective star grid, PNG image file : http://www.peppercarrot.com/extras/vi...
- Speechbubble library and template, SVG Inkscape file : http://www.peppercarrot.com/extras/vi...
- Lavi Font, TTF Font file : https://github.com/Deevad/peppercarro...

**Chapter & Content overview**
0:00:06 Introduction
0:00:32 Disclaimer (french accent)
0:01:00 Chapter 1: Interface of Krita
0:01:00 Dockers,brushkit and tool-option in toolbar
0:01:53 Chapter 2: Preproduction
0:01:53 Script-scenario
0:02:46 Timelapse: storyboard
0:03:55 Subwindows mode
0:04:34 Template page
0:13:51 Chapter 3: Drawing (black&white speedpainting)
0:13:51 Composition vector layer
0:15:50 Canvas border color
0:17:22 Workflow: sketching with lines VS paint with mass
0:20:19 Timelapse: black&white speedpainting
0:22:21 Explaining previous timelapse
0:23:45 Perspective grid
0:28:08 Timelapse: black&white speedpainting (detail pass)
0:30:49 Explaining previous timelapse
0:32:39 Trim to image size
0:33:48 Save As VS Save incremental
0:34:37 Chapter 4: Inking
0:34:37 The Brush preset I use (pencil)
0:37:20 The numpad '/' to switch to last preset
0:37:52 Stabilizer: how to find a good setting
0:40:40 Timelapse: inking main panel
0:42:40 Explaining the previous timelapse
0:44:46 The Mirror mode with M
0:45:23 Timelapse: inking last part
0:47:24 Explaining the previous timelapse
0:48:50 Pure black&white page
0:53:59 Page for beta-translator version
1:00:03 Chapter 5: Adding text with Inkscape
1:00:03 Why not in Krita?
1:00:42 Export a transitional PNG from Krita
1:02:52 Disclaimer about future Krita text-tools
1:04:22 Starting Inkscape, setting page
1:07:04 Comic-speechbuble-template file
1:09:12 Adding text
1:11:07 Adding speechballoon
1:14:46 Adding soundFX
1:17:06 Chapter 6: Color sketch
1:17:06 Preparing the gray value, color balance
1:23:45 Timelapse: color-sketch with blending mode brushes
1:26:18 Explaining the previous timelapse
1:27:34 Chapter 7: Colored Lineart
1:27:34 Colored Lineart technique, alpha lock and isolate layer
1:32:59 Chapter 8: Detailing
1:32:59 Timelapse: Cleaning and painting detail
1:36:51 Chapter 9: Post-production
1:36:51 Color dodge light sources
1:37:29 Fog effect with a lighten layer
1:38:00 Water reflection effect with GMIC filters
1:38:36 Gloss and white stroke on the top, paint-over
1:39:43 Timelapse: paint-over pass
1:40:55 Explaining the previous timelapse
1:41:30 Sharpen filter layer
1:44:32 Epilogue
1:45:12 Thanks patrons!
1:45:39 End credit

## Licenses

**ressources**
This resources are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 to "David Revoy, www.davidrevoy.com".
Additional custom rules for being friendly with other artist:
- This attribution is necessary in case of redistributing, commercializing, or modifying the resources themselves.
- This attribution is not necessary in case of usage (you can paint any artwork you want with it, you still own totally your artwork).
- This attribution is not necessary in case of doing screenshot/screenrecording or using them in a public demo.
Exception: Lavi Font:( by Ruben Holthuijsen aka Rholt, modification by David Revoy and Sölve Svartskogen; GNU GPL V3 )

**video**
This video is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
- Artwork/Video/Comments: David Revoy, davidrevoy.com
- Intro harp sound: sfx_oriental_harp3 by Soughtaftersounds on Freesound
- Timelapse music: Perspective by Kevin McLeod, www.incompetech.com
(credit also visible at the end-screen of the video)

**Tools:**
Artwork: Krita 3.0.1alpha1.appimage
Text: Inkscape 0.91 r13925
Screenrecord: SimpleScreenRecorder 0.3.6
Video: BlenderVSE 2.77a
Audio: Audacity 2.1.2
System: Manjaro XFCE 64bit GNU/Linux workstation

https://www.patreon.com/davidrevoy

Krita 2.9 Tutorial #1. Getting Started

The bare minimum you should need to get started drawing, painting, sketching, and doodling with Krita!

This stuff should be useful for any Krita noob regardless of your setup, however I am using Krita 2.9.2 with a Wacom Intuos 5 tablet on Linux Mint 17.1 Cinnamon =D

The most common problem folks have at the start is a problem getting the canvas to appear when using MS Windows; sometimes it's just a black screen, or you can't paint on it, or it crashes, or something similar. Usually Turning off OpenGL will solve this problem: Settings * Configure Krita * Display * untick OpenGL.

Main topics:
- Mapping a tablet with dual monitors
- Left handed tablet users
- Changing colors, brushes, and brush size
- Erasing
- Zooming and panning

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