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Update: This resources is outdated and unmaintained : it won't work with recent version of Krita.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 )

License: "Krita Brushes v4" by David Revoy − CC-BY 4.0with additional custom rules mentioned at the end of the article.
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link flem  

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

link Tepee  

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

link eric belet  

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,

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

link Joeri Schouten  

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,

@Joeri Schouten : Thanks !

link Ronald Stepp  

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,

@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  

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,

@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  

Oh, nice! Thanks!

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