"Epic supports blender", ok.
"Stuido khara start using blender", makes sense.
"NVidea sponsors blender", yeah, cycles uses cuda, makes sense.
"Adidas becomes official sponsor of blender"... wait what?
So, spend two hours on writing docs and creating example images for the new highpass filter, and this felt like half an hour... Then spend one hour trying to explain how dimensions and ranks work for exporting gimp image hose brush tips... and this felt like three hours.
The gimp docs aren't helping either...
The page is waiting for review here: https://invent.kde.org/websites/docs-krita-org/merge_requests/73#note_16107
I don't know what I find more impressive; that a primary school kid is teaching other kids how to animate on #krita (seems a presentation), or the really cool looking primary school computer lab they're doing it in...
The source files can be downloaded and feel free to reuse remix to spread the word about IDAD 2019
Just a heads up; the new MacOS version(Catalina), deprecated a bunch of stuff and now requires application to be notarized and 32 bit stuff is fully deprecated.
This is leading to several applications not working, including #photoshop. We've set up #krita to be notarized and hope to be able to release that soon, but there's no telling what will happen until we have tested it on a Catalina device.
If you're in the middle of a commission or project, don't update your macOS until sure tools work.
search for peplos on image search; find celtic interpretations; search for ionic chiton, find peplos marked as 'doric chiton' or the I-am-pretty-sure-oxymoronic 'hellenistic chiton'.
'use reference' they say, but it seems near impossible to find humans(not statues) wearing a giant ass sheet in the appropriate way...
Improve your Sketches with Krita https://share.tube/videos/watch/1641392c-0fd8-48a1-b64a-4a9f5a79092f
ok, right now, the simplest way to get websites turned into epubs without much hassle is to...
- select the text in firefox.
- rightclick and show 'view selection source'.
-copy and save that into a html file.
- use pandoc to convert the html to xhtml.
- import that into a sigil epub file.
I've tried extensions(frequently led to escaped html), I've tried copy paste(led to messy richtext), I have tried all sorts of stuff, but this is really the most foolproof.
September development update https://krita.org/en/item/september-development-update/
I found this yesterday. If both Neil's can have impostor syndrome, then yeah, there aren't any grown-ups. 💙
Adding insult to injury, we've been doing so many checks and workarounds to prevent people from doing things like saving to their temp folder or non-user folders, and to double check we can open the kra file after it has been saved, and then it turns out the thing corrupting people's work is... security software.
Today on one of the more horrifying things apparantly happening on windows: 34mb kra files being filled with only 0's... Given this was multiple kra files(and backups), very likely some security software is rewriting the kra files.
Like, how are we supossed to explain this to people. 'Yeah, you need to back up to prevent your security software from deleting your files', 'yeah, that thing that is supossed to prevent virii is making you miss your deadline'?
Krita developer/manual writer, also uses Krita to draw. Also occasionally posts comics and gamedev stuff.
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