Paint faster repetitive patterns in perspective, step by step.

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Painting complex patterns for background in perspective can really be tedious and a long task. Over the years, I came up with my own technique, using the cool features of Krita to spice up my background while lowering the time budget spent on this areas. In this video I'm sharing this technique! I'm detailing the process so this video is very beginner friendly.

Demo file:

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Timeline: 00:00 Introduction. 00:24 Painting the texture from scratch. 06:54 Pasting the texture and transformation. 12:42 Outro.

License: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International

Video and artworks by David Revoy

Soundtrack: Intro: Fabian Measures - Hanami (CC-By) Timelapse: Kevin MacLeod - Perspective (CC-By) Outro: Kevin MacLeod - Backed Vibes Clean (CC-By)

Edited with Kdenlive 20.12 on Kubuntu Linux 20.04


link Urikki  

Thanks for the Tutorial. Very helpful!

link Petit Lutin  

Merci pour ce tutoriel !
Est-ce que j'ai bien vu une référence à Pink Floyd ? :D

link David Revoy Author,

Oh oui :) "Brain Damage/Eclipse" est ma préférée d'eux.
Merci pour le soutient sur Pepper&Carrot ^ ^

link Philippe Martin  

First time on your website, very useful.

link Nico Goeminne  

Thanks David,

These amazing tutorials are the very reason I started drawing! They break down the things step by step, but still are very nice to follow. I even just started to put your drawing sessions up on the background while I'm working :-)

Kind regards,

link David Revoy Author,

Thank you very much!

link Luis  

Thank you for this technique !
Best regards from Lisbon

link Ersfeld Claude  

Merci pour votre travail ici et sur YouTube. Ca m'aide beaucoup.

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