in #art2 years ago (edited)

I am finally started on page 57 of Phill from GCHQ, but I made a fast drawing to try try out the stabilizer tool in Krita

The result is slick. Maybe a little too much to my taste, but fun to play around with.



Stabiliser? What does it stabilise? Unsteady hands? Mediocre drawing tablets?

The lines do look smooth, like those from a vector drawing program. Not sure that is a good thing 8-).

Through different methods (there are 3 different systems) it takes an average of both pressure and direction of the path you moved your hand and creates a new line. I normally avoid it as it does give a certain sterile impression. It is not vector, but it looks like it.


If she were 40 years older she could be the character "Hattie" from my little story.

I was wondering actually what she looked like and what her background was, but I never really needed to know so I just let her drift in the air... :)

I thought the same thing too manjor @roused

Oh cool! I didn't know about about Krita. I'll have to check it out. Great work on her eyes :)

I make all my digital drawing with Krita - and it is open-source and free!

whether the image for your comics has a connection with the queens of Egypt, I see almost the same in the picture

I was thinking more of a beautiful person I know from South America who was born in Guayaquil :)

I have not seen so beautiful art......It seems like living pictures.....Actually guayaquil is located on the western bank of the Guayas River, which flows into the Pacific Ocean at the Gulf of Guayaquil........

Excellent art

beautiful art lady

Wonderful art