My favorite Krita keyboard shortcuts

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And here is a new video where I'm sharing eight keyboard shortcuts from my favorites; some of them are set by default, some other require the user to assign them manually. I'm showing how to setup them and speak why they became important for my workflow. This video exists to show to other user the flexibility of the custom keyboard shortcut and give them idea to visit this part of the software.

  1. The Selection Outline
  2. The Transformation Combo
  3. The Ultimate Shortcut
  4. Shadows and Light
  5. The Perfect Eraser
  6. Toggle layer visibility
  7. Opacity keys
  8. The glass of water or Reload Original Preset

The audio and sentences might feel 'cut' sometime; this is because I tried to condensate this eight chapter under 10 minute and avoid a big potatoe video as in the last one. I'm still learning a lot, thank you for your patience. The Kdenlive version I'm using is very pleasant to work on and that give me back confidence to polish the cut on the video and illustrate what I'm saying with mini sequence. Maybe soon a new drawing/painting related tutorial?

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This video and its content is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 to: David Revoy
Music by Frank Nora: New Age B interest (CC-0/PD) Published on 22 April 2020 Kubuntu Linux 19.10, Kdenlive 19.12.3, Krita 4.2.9




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link Norberto Bezi   - Reply

Hi David,

I made a keyboard using arduino with 5 rotary encoders with big knobs and I configured it with several modes for krita. A main mode with zoom, page rotation, undo and redo, pencil size and saturation, another mode with color functions. But its very easy to configure more modes and change to whatever you like because you just have to map the shortcuts you like.

I would like to share with you fotos and a more detailed description to see if you think there is a potential usage for Krita pro community (I'm a beginer and I hate to take my eyes from the screen to see what I'm pressing in a regular keyboard). Do you have an email I can write to you?

Cheers,
Norberto

link David REVOY Author, - Reply

Hey Norberto! Sure, my email is in the "About" page of my blog. I'm very curious about your device! You can also post it directly on https://krita-artists.org and receive a lot of feedback on a thread there.

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