“Musical Triptic” is a piece of three 80x80cm canvas ( around 32×32 inch ) , painted with Acrylic. It’s a decorative piece, for a part of my home and also a personal project.
This painting was made with different process and a big amount of various layers. Knife, watercolor/ink-likes parts, alla prima, heavy texture work and even collage and copper/gold parts.
… It was of course a pleasure to play so much with the textures, digital-painting world is so dry and ‘2D’ …
1. The three canvas in situ , a wall of my living-room kept for playing music.
2. A close-up on the left part , to show the collage of music score ( reproduction of hand written piece of F.Chopin )
3. Because I work with digital-painting, I don’t have a real painting workshop anymore , so I had to improvise one on my living-room.
4. The initial speedpainting I did with Krita to plan my work and effect. I could watch it during all the process to not go too much into the chaos.
Here is my 4th brushkit for Krita. A little 5×5 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 !
Download ( stable ) : https://github.com/Deevad/deevad-krita-brushpresets/archive/v4.0.zip
Github repo : https://github.com/Deevad/deevad-krita-brushpresets
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
A decorative painting for tea lovers and green lovers. I wanted to keep a part of the painting abstract and play on color vibration. This way I can still imagine a lot of possible landscape. I’ll print it for my kitchen, around 50cm height. Also, it’s a mini tribute to the Orphism art period, especially for the canvas of Robert and Sonia Delaunay ; so generous in colors. My heart melt each time I cross one artwork of them in a museum.
Krita for drawing and painting and Gmic plugin ( from Gimp ) for shape research and color tweaks.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
Reposting and usage of the artwork is free, allowed and encouraged, providing credits “Artwork : www.davidrevoy.com” but any usage of the artwork for commercial purposes or manipulations, derivations are strictly prohibited.
video teaser of the project
Project Gooseberry is the code name for Blender Foundation’s 5th Open
to produce a feature animation film using Open Source
software. Official preproduction
start on Jully 2014, but I could already make visual for it on December 2013.
Here are early artworks, they might not end in the future movie.
WIP ; the Dandelion
The result is not 100% Mine, a part of Mathieu Auvray and ‘Autour de Minuit’ studio team was involved on the 3D part.
The final artwork was used as a splash screen for the new Blender 2.70 and as promotionnal material for the Gooseberry project.
Krita and Blender, CC-By license
Here is the 3D artwork I had to paint on the top. A more advanced rendering and animated of this scene can be seen on the trailer