@raghukamath This is so good. I never know what different kind of illustrations are called. Thanks for sharing!
@raghukamath Amazing work! I always wanted to know how much capable inkscape, gimp and krita were compared to the Adobe products. I always though that they were less powerful than them, but you made me realize its the talent of the artist that really counts! 😄
Hey good job! Matching the look-alikeness was certainly a very hard task on such a poster.
Also, now I know where you used this super complex vector mosaïc background you posted on IRC via screenshots for the slow-down bug. I was curious about it. 👍
Make me dream: what is the resolution of this one? I bet easily over 6k x 6k ? or even ; full vector? 😺
@davidrevoy Yes the vector elements were a bit of pain to move in Krita once imported from Inkscape. 😃
You are right the size is 7k x 7k. only background is vector. I tried making the portraits and artwork 100% in Inkscape using the "Interpolate Sub-Path" one of the path effects (check GIF).
But it turned out to be slow because I am not used to it. And due to deadline I did the portraits in Krita with modified Gpen brush. And I wish Krita's vector improve and have Interpolate options 😜.
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