Krita Brushes v4

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Update: This resources is outdated and unmaintained : it won't work with recent version of Krita. Check the 'extras' category to find the most recent brushes.

Here is my 4th brushkit for Krita. A little 5x5 grid of my best tools.
As I keep painting daily, I also keep tweaking my brush-set on the fly, day after day.
I saw I was more productive with less brush, so I reduced the amount of them.
This brushkit is a personnal one, suited to my technics, and style. It's not a generalist brush kit.

Have a fun time painting with them !

The brush are compatible with Krita 2.8 and probably future versions

License : CC-0 /public domain.

To install them, unzip, and paste the three resulting folder ( brushes / paintoppreset and patterns ) into your Krita user preference directory ( exemple on linux )
You can also open your preference directory inside Krita : Edit > Ressources > Open Resources Folder , don't forget to restart Krita after

Here is a demo of brush stroke made with them , for more infos on other presets, look at the previous V3 guide :

and a rough speedpaint with : (for more demo, just look at my artworks from last summer to now ; especially Gooseberry ones )

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link flem   - Reply

Encore une fois merci David pour ce partage de qualité. :)

link Tepee   - Reply

Merci, je vais faire le test.
À propos, sympa le speedpaint de démo. J'aime beaucoup la subtilité des couleurs.

link eric belet   - Reply

Hey, je viens de découvrir ton blog et ton travail absolument magnifque que ma conseillé un ami à propos de pluxml et je découvre Krita + tes brushes. Bon beh Double merci alors.

link David REVOY Author, - Reply

@Tepee ,@flem , @eric belet : Merci pour le retour , c'est sympa.
A propos; j'ai maintenant un Github pour mes brosses :

link Joeri Schouten   - Reply

Thanks a lot! So far I've only used the standard brushes, it's great how much of a difference these make.

link David REVOY Author, - Reply

@Joeri Schouten : Thanks !

link Ronald Stepp   - Reply

Ummm, just discovered this program and saw the link to your brushes.

Quick question, there is already a patterns folder inside the krita resource folder, do I write OVER it? Copy the stuff in your patterns folder into it's pattern's folder, and if I do is it okay to rename the ones you have that are the same as the default one?


link David REVOY Author, - Reply

@Ronald Stepp : Hi, yes you can merge the folder of pattern I provide with your ; no risk :-) But don't rename ressources; you'll pobably have some broken dependencies in your brush preset if Krita can't find the proper filename.
About Patterns ; Krita usually also save them embeded in the *.kpp and extract them on the fly ; so it shouldn't be a big problem in any case.

link Adam Abrahamsson   - Reply

Hi! Are there any reason to install all the different versions or are they just updates and I should go for the last one?

link David REVOY Author, - Reply

@Adam Abrahamsson : Hey, Adam,
Yes you should go only to the last one. I keep previous version around for system with old version of Krita ( they can't really install newer version ).
I'll publish an update soon ; when Krita 2.9.8 will be released because they fix something interesting about brush and ressources management.

link Adam Abrahamsson   - Reply

Oh, nice! Thanks!

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