- 1 Krita Brushkit v8.2
- 2 Hushcoil Brushes
- 3 GDquest Krita Brushes
- 4 Comics Brushes Bundle
- 5 Radian1 Brushpack
- 6 Charcoal Pencil Brushes
- 7 Painterly Mix Brushes
- 8 Krita Modular Brushset V4
- 9 Watercolor Brush Set
- 10 Raghavendra Brush Pack
- 11 Jackpack Krita Bundle
- 12 Nylnook Krita Brushes Pack v2
- 13 Minimalist Brush Pack
- 14 Aldys Brush Pack
- 15 Krita Brushes and Brush Packs
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Krita — растровый графический редактор, являющийся частью офисного пакета Calligra / KOffice. Несмотря на первоначальную ориентацию проекта на создание изображений с нуля, в редакторе имеются все самые необходимые вещи, которые могут пригодиться при обработке фотографий, имеется собственный RAW-конвертор, есть инструменты изменения перспективы, кадрирования, сложной деформации изображений и многое другое.
В сентябре 2013 года вышел второй учебный видео-курс для Krita(Muses: Krita Training DVD volume II). Видео-курс создан Рамоном Мирандой, который наряду с Давидом Ревуа и несколькими другими профессиональными художниками внесён весомый вклад в продвижении Krita как серьёзного инструмента для цифровой живописи.
Учебный видео-курс по Krita длится почти пять часов и состоит из трёх частей:
1. Знакомство с интерфейсом и его настройка
2. Знакомство с кистевыми движками, слоями и режимами смешивания
3. Техники создания эскизов, раскраски и прочее…
DVD курс распространяется по цене 32,50 €(включая пересылку), продажа видео-курса является частью стратегии фонда Krita по привлечению средств для финансирования разработки приложения. В ходе работы над курсом автором был подготовлен новый пакет кистей и предустановрк для графического редактора Krita(The Muses Preset Pack).
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If you love Krita or want to pick it up then you already know it’s a great art program.
In my opinion Krita is the best free Photoshop alternative out there with many of the same features: layering, blend modes, and custom brushes(among others).
Granted the Krita community isn’t as large as the Adobe community so it’s tougher to find brushes. However there are some incredible sets online and they’re all 100% free.
This list includes my top picks for the best free Krita brush packs.
Whether you’re a Krita pro or someone who’s just learning the software these brushes will improve your digital art workflow tenfold.
Krita Brushkit v8.2
Artist David Revoy is well known in the Krita community. He contributes quite a bit to the project and he’s one of the few artists running all FOSS. That’s quite impressive!
He’s been publishing a brush kit for years and the most recent version is v8.2(updated frequently).
David updates this brush kit fairly often with new features, brush descriptions, icons, and new features/bug fixes. Especially as Krita gets updated.
That means you always want the newest version if you can run it.
David’s brushes are some of the best around and they include a variety of styles:
- Light sketching pencil
- Digital inking pen
- Drawing brush
- Paint brush styles(flat, roller, etc)
- Eraser styles
- And way too many others to list!
In total the pack includes 64 brushes so this is likely one of the best packs you’d ever want for getting into Krita.
Take a look at David’s work on Patreon. He does all of that with his brush pack so if he can do that level of work in Krita I’d like to think anyone could.
The newer Hushcoil Brushes are pretty unique and very detailed. The entire pack includes 280 total brushes with a lot of variety.
You might notice this is all hosted on Gumroad, a popular marketplace for digital art goodies. But this specific brush set is available for free so any payments offered here are just donations.
The brush set includes four bundle packs: Concept, Paintbrush, Pen & Pencil and the Basic set.
These all have unique styles and really help to define a variety of digital drawing and painting work.
Certainly worth a peek if you want a massive pack filled with hundreds of custom Krita brushes to wade through.
GDquest Krita Brushes
I frequently mention the incredible GDquest team. They release free tutorials and design assets online to help aspiring game artists & designers create their dream projects.
One such example is this GDquest brush pack designed exclusively for Krita.
This is a freemium alternative to their game art brush pack that does cost money. But it’s not needed to get the pro brush set considering how much you get in the free version.
The current bundle is in v7.0 and you can download the brush pack totally free from this page. It’s updated frequently with new brushes and bug fixes so check back often.
And if you’ve never used brushes before don’t worry! There’s a small guide towards the bottom of that page showing you how to install new brushes on Krita.
Comics Brushes Bundle
Digital painting is often the realm of cartooning, storyboarding, and web comics. That’s what makes this brush pack so darn fun.
It’s designed to mimic traditional cartooning tools like pens and brushes for classic comics or graphic novels.
Every brush works at 300 DPI so you can design work in high-def print quality or design for digital screens(or both!). The main DA page has a small sample of the brushes you get in the pack—nothing major but definitely a nice selection for anyone looking to launch their own webcomic.
Also for those who have never used DeviantArt before: the brush download link is near the upper-right corner of the screen. You’ll see a button that says “download” with a total KB file size underneath.
Here’s another great brush set released on DeviantArt by user radian1. As you can imagine, it’s got some nice stuff inside.
Note the difference here is that you can’t download the brushes right from DA. Instead the creator has them hosted on Google Drive so you’ll need to visit that link and click “brushes” to download.
The cool part is that Radian1 actually has a bunch of goodies in this pack. You’ll find custom patterns, gradients, and even workspaces you can download for free.
This individual brush pack is mostly geared towards painting and it requires Krita v3.2 or later.
Worth checking out if you’re mostly into digital painting or want to get into it.
Charcoal Pencil Brushes
David Revoy pops up again with another brilliant Krita brush pack.
This time it’s focused on charcoal pencil marks designed as custom brushes.
Not everyone has a big need for this kind of brush set, especially if you don’t have a lot of experience with actual charcoal work.
Still, this pack of 3 brushes definitely feels like a useful addition to any Krita drawing session.
Easy to install and super easy to use in your digital drawings. The brushes range from super thin & accurate to very thick & painterly so there’s lots of room to play around.
Painterly Mix Brushes
If you’d rather go for a set of painterly brushes modeled after real bristle brushes then take a look a this brush set. This is another pack from David and it’s also a small one.
The brushes were designed for Krita 2.9 but you can run them on any version above that.
Inside the pack you’ll get a handful of brushes that David often uses to paint the backgrounds for his webcomic series Pepper&Carrot.
The real magic here is the blending styles for working with opaque colors that feel like real techniques for color mixing. Definitely a set worth adding into your Krita toolkit.
Krita Modular Brushset V4
With over 120+ brush presets and dozens of custom styles I really have to praise the Krita Modular Brushset for its ingenuity.
This comes from DeviantArt creator GrindGod and the entire pack + demos is a massive download(just over 34 MB). It’s packed with some incredibly valuable brushes and it works with Krita 2.8 or above.
Now a new v5 set was released a little ways back and that’s compatible with Krita 2.9+. However that DA page doesn’t have any previews so it’s harder to see what you’re getting.
Rest assured this brush pack has a little bit of everything. Form fountain pen styles all the way to loose worn-out paint brush marks, this is one brush set that I definitely recommend trying.
It’s worth noting that the v5 does seem to have all the v4 brushes too, just with some updates & new additions. So if you’re gonna download the Modular Brushset I do recommend grabbing version 5.
Watercolor Brush Set
Digital artist Vasco Alexander Basque created a set of custom watercolor brushes just for Krita users.
There’s a decent collection of brush styles here with some featuring dabbed/splatter brushes, others a little more refined and controlled.
All of them feel true to the process of watercoloring.
If you’ve never done any watercolor work before maybe try small exercises in Krita using this brush pack.
It certainly won’t feel the same when using a tablet but you can get a feel for how the brushes work. The pack is free to grab from GitHub and it’s compatible with all versions of Krita 2.8+.
Worth noting the brushes were designed fairly small with a size range of 30px-100px(mentioned in the brush pack notes). But you can still see good results at 200% or 300% above those size limits.
Raghavendra Brush Pack
Mumbai illustrator Raghavendra Kamath published a nice brush pack that’s been online for quite a while dating back to Krita 2.0.
These brushes may be quite a few years old but they’re surprisingly versatile. That’s one of the main reasons they’re in this list: I still think they’re valuable to newer digital artists.
Inside you’ll find a handful of brush styles like sponge brushes, custom pens, and even a few stamp-style brushes.
The entire set was released as open source on GitHub so that’s the best place to download a copy. I haven’t found any new updates from Raghavendra’s brush set, but even this older edition is worth trying just to see what you think.
Jackpack Krita Bundle
I just recently stumbled onto the Jackpack Krita brush bundle that’s fully up-to-date with the newest upcoming Krita release(4.0.0).
All of the brushes will work just fine on older versions but if you’re running v2.8 or below it’s better to test them first.
All of these brushes were designed with pixel-perfect strokes in mind so you can resize them to your needs. But not all brushes support mirror symmetry so if you use that a lot you’ll have to play around to see what works.
You can grab the whole brush set from the Gumroad link and once again it’s a free download. If you want to offer a donation that’s fine, but you can nab this awesome brush set without paying a penny.
Nylnook Krita Brushes Pack v2
So this Nylnook brush pack is just awesome. It’s a lesser-known pack offering about 36 brushes for digital artists.
Some of these brushes mimic traditional pen & paper while others are geared towards digital work. The full pack was released for free on the open source platform GitLab(visible through Framagit).
Nylnook’s brush set was updated to v2 fixing a few bugs and adding a few new brushes. The v2 update is absolutely worth getting but it requires Krita 3.0.1 or higher.
You’ll find full details about the brushes, the techniques, and the install instructions on both the Framagit page and the original blog post.
I do think this pack would be great for beginners but it’ll take some time getting used to it. Give this pack a shot to see how it feels but if you’re not a huge fan then try David Revoy’s brushkit as an alternative.
Minimalist Brush Pack
Here’s a very small and simple set of brushes created by DA user Aliciane(Elésiane Huve). She works as a freelance illustrator & digital painter who often sticks to Krita for digital art.
This brush pack was derived from David’s pack but it does have a few changes that makes this worth testing. Notably certain brushes have altered line widths, opacity sensitivity, and line cleanliness when making marks with more pressure.
You can get the whole pack working with Krita 2.8 or higher so it should run smoothly for everyone. If not you should really update your Krita!
Some of the more unique brushes in this set are the smudge brushes & a custom move tool using the brush pack.
It comes with 8 brushes in total and you can download the full pack on this page.
Aldys Brush Pack
So Aldys Brush Pack has been around for a while since it was originally released for Krita 2.3.1. It might be one of the oldest brush packs in this entire list.
But many of these brushes are incredibly basic making them worth a try if the other packs feel too complicated. That goes double for newbies who are just trying to learn the Krita software from scratch.
This pack includes a little bit of everything from pens to airbrushes, oil brushes, smudged graphite and even some pattern brushes.
The biggest downside here is that these brushes are so outdated. If you do professional work then I highly recommend sticking to some of the newer brushes mentioned earlier.
I only mention Aldys set for anyone new to Krita, new to digital painting, or as a simple alternative to other pattern brushes.
My personal recommendation for the best Krita brush set has to be David Revoy’s brushes.
That pack is constantly updated with new features & new brushes to support the latest version of Krita. Not to mention his brushes are super high quality so you’ll have no trouble making professional-level work.
But have another look over this list and see what you think!
New Krita brushes come out all the time so this is far from an exhaustive list.
Although I think these free brush packs offer a great starting point to improve your Krita brush library.
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There are a lot of Digital Painting platforms out there which allow artists to paint out their ideas and concepts amazingly well.
Krita being one of the most popular among them.
From being incredibly versatile, to amazingly user-friendly, this platform provides something unique for every user.
So, when it comes to Krita paint brush sets, there is a lot to choose from.
As more and more tool developers and artists are making their very own brush packs every day, it can be rather hard to pick the ones that you need for your project.
So, to help you out, we have comprised a list of some of the best brush packs for the Krita platform, which are sure to appeal to both professionals and amateurs alike.
Krita Brushes and Brush Packs
Krita Brush Set by GDquest
In the Digital Designing world, the GDquest team has done some amazing work with the Krita software. From Making unique and helpful video tutorials to a variety of paintbrush and blending tools, GDquest has for some time now, inspired beginner and adept designers in creating their dream projects.
GDquest Krita brush set is the ‘freemium alternative’ to their more exclusive game art brush pack, which does cost a hefty sum. However, for the more amateur users, this free brush set is going to be more than enough in helping them achieve exactly what they are looking for.
Their more recent bundle is in v7.0, and you can very easily download it for free from their page.
One amazing thing about GDquest, which we absolutely love is that they update all their tools and features periodically. They hotfix bugs and feature crash as well, and are constantly aware of user feedback, as they try to make their applications some of the more convenient Krita tools out there.
Moreover, this brush set comes with its very own tutorial video and guide. Hence, if you’re quite new to Krita and don’t have a proper grasp of its brush stroke techniques, then this set can come rather handy.
Radian 1’s Brush Pack
This a fantastic brush pack made by Radian 1 and released in DeviantArt for the wider community to view and download.
The pack is a bit unique in comparison to some of the other free brush sets out there, as it comes with a lot of customizable options which are more of a characteristic trait for paid brush packs.
With this pack, you will gain access to a variety of custom patterns, as well as gradients and workspaces to get you fully equipped for your next art project.
As this, brush pack is mostly geared towards painting, it might not be a convenient pick for you, if you’re looking to do more with them like blending and surface detailing.
But do keep in mind that you will not be able to directly download the brushes form the DeviantArt itself. Instead, Radian 1 has the pack hosted on Google Drive, and all you need to do is visit that link and download the brushes.
Moreover, it’s also important to update your Krita application before downloading and using these brushes. They require a Krita v3.2 or higher to function, so do try and be up to date on it.
Krita Modular Brush set V4 by Grind God
The 4th volume of the Modular Brush set series from Grind God is going to be one of the most versatile and varied brush pack set on the list.
It has over 120 brush presets with over a dozen custom styles that will allow you to make those final touches on your artwork to make it a very unique one.
Now, with so many presets and options available, it’s really not all that surprising that the download file size is much bigger than average. The 34 MB size doesn’t just contain the brushes but some convenient demos as well, to help orient you with the color textures as well as the brush strokes.
The reason why we list this brush set as a very varied one is because it contains a little bit of everything. From containing ‘fountain pen styles,’ to ‘loose worn-out paint brush marks,’ this brush set comes very highly recommended from our end for amateurs and professionals alike.
A new V5 version is out now; however, even though it’s a significant improvement in quality than the V4, it doesn’t have all the brushes that are available in the previous version.
Raghavendra Brush Pack
This brush pack is from the Mumbai based illustrator Raghavendra Kamath, which has been there on several art sites for some time now. It supports Krita versions all the way back to 2.0 and is absolutely free to use and download.
You might be thinking that these brushes might just be too old and lacking in quality when compared to newer alternatives, but you will be quite surprised to find how consistent and versatile they are.
The pack contains a handful of some traditional brush styles like sponge brushes, custom pens, as well as some stamp-styled brushes, which are incredibly high in stroke quality.
Additionally, even though this brush set is up for grabs on so many art sites, it’s best to download it from GitHub where it was originally published.
But it’s important to note here that this brush set is quite old and the features have not been updated or patched with the latest Krito versions
Hence, some of the applications might be a bit buggy, and you may not be able to get what you want as a result. These are just some of the things to keep in mind when using this set.
The Krita Bundle by Jackpack
Jackpack’s Krita brush bundle is the newer design set which we have recently had the opportunity of using.
The presets and the features are pathed with the latest Krita 4.0 version and work seamlessly with the program to help artists have an amazing drawing experience.
However, just because these high-quality features are patched to the latest version doesn’t mean that they will not be supported in the older Krita models.
It will effortlessly run without a problem till V2.8, but for anything below that, it’s better to test out the compatibility first.
Now, in terms of the advantages: all of the brushes present in this set are designed with ‘pixel-perfect’ strokes in mind. Hence, it will allow you to customize and resize the brushes in whichever way suits your art and style.
But, not all the brush features will support the same level of mirror symmetry, and you will have to experiment with it a lot to see which ones will work the way you want it to and which ones wouldn’t.
The whole pack comes free of cost in the Gumroad main website; and if you do want to make a donation to them, there is an option in the website which will allow you to do just that.
Hushcoil brushes by HC_Essentials
These Hushcoil Brushes are a relatively newer set to the Krita 4 version and pretty unique in how it goes about its brush stroke use and the range of features it houses.
These brushes are quite detailed, to say the least, and contains about 280 different formatting features, allowing one to be very versatile with their art styles and designs.
Primarily, the set has four bundle packs, each representing a different type of classification from Concept to Paintbrush, to the Pen and Pencil and the Basic work set.
Where the Concept and the Paintbrush category appeals more to the more adept professional users, the Basic set, on the other hand, is just perfect for beginners as well as amateur Krita users.
Combining these different categories together, you will be able to create some very unique and different brush strokes and have access to a wider range of art styles which you otherwise wouldn’t.
If you want to download these brush sets, then you will find them hosted on Gumroad for free. Gumroad is an amazing site for marketing such brilliant digital painting tools, and it showcases a lot of the sets made by this particular creator.
The Comics Bundle Set by Ezsaeger
Making cartoons and anime pages on Krita is incredibly fun and easy. So if you’re inner mangaka is itching to make its very own webtoon serial then this brush set is a must-have.
Now, this set is pretty exciting to use. As it mimics the traditional cartooning tools like pens and brushes, it will allow any artist to make those classic comic designs and graphic novel sketches very easily.
However, even though they might mimic the traditional sets, don’t for one moment think that they lack any sort of stroke quality. Every brush in the set works at 300 DPI, and you will be able to design artworks in high-def quality and make unique designs for digital screens.
And if you’re not all that sure if you want to use these brushes at all or not, then the Deviant Art main page has a small sample of the brushes which you can use and get an idea about them.
So, do feel free to try out this amazing brush set whichever way you want, and experiment with different styles and stroke settings, to see which of those will match your tastes and which ones wouldn’t.
Charcoal Pencil Brushes by David Revoy
David Revoy is a superstar in the digital designing world. Apart from making high-quality graphic designing tool and brush kits for the Krita platform, he also has a YouTube channel where he teaches newer Krita artists various applications and features that the platform allows.
He helps to inspire them to try out new styles and stroke and also encourages them to learn as they experiment.
This brush set from him focuses more on the charcoal shades and strokes. However, these tools are primarily designed as custom brushes, and not every user will have much use for them, especially the ones who are much more experienced with actual charcoal work.
The set comes with three separate brushes, each catering to a particular art style and art genre.
They are very easy to install and patches rather well with the latest Krita versions and has a set of convenient features as well
In terms of variety, the brushes range from super thin to very thick and painterly. So, if your art needs more detailed strokes or broader outlines, you can rest assured that you will be able to achieve both with this set.
Krita Brush Pack V2 by Nylnook
The second version of Nylnook’s brush pack series is, without a doubt one of the best sets geared towards the traditional pen and paper style.
This pack is not all that well known and has slipped through the notice of many professional users. It has about 36 brushes and stroke styles available, which may not be much, but the sheer quality of these strokes is just astounding.
Moreover, we believe that these brushes might just be exactly what a beginner needs to get a better grasp of Krita and all of its various features. The pack also comes with full details about the brushes, as well as the techniques, along with the installation instructions on both the Faramagit page and the original blog post.
The brush tool is well patched by the creator and is regularly updated to fix bugs and compatibility issues which may occur with the improving Krita versions.
However, with the limited amount of brushes and stroke styles, this pack might feel insufficient by the more adept users. But these 36 brushes are ideal for the beginner who is still getting the hang of Krita.
Krita V8.2 Brushpack Set by David Revoy
The Krita V2 Brushpack is the more user-friendly brush pack set from David Revoy which a lot of beginners tend to opt into when getting into the Krita platform.
So, what makes the David Revoy beginner set one of the best?
Now, the popularity of this brush set has a lot to do with the variety and versatility of the brushes that are present in them. They are also very easy to use, comes with their own instructions, as well as a tutorial guide to help get you up and going.
From light sketch pencils to digital inking pen to even eraser styles and paint brush sets, this brush pack comes with a lot of amazing tools and features.
It has around 64 brush styles and is going to be our recommendation if you are new to Krita and want to master the platform as efficiently as possible.
If you want an example of what this brush set is capable of, then you can take a look at David’s work on Patreon.
He does the whole work with the brushes available on the set and goes about manifesting the art in such a way that it’s going to be rather easy for anyone to mimic and follow.
Painterly Mix Brushes by David Revoy
Though made initially for the Krita 2.9, you will still be able to use the David Revoy Painterly Brushes on any version of the painting platform.
This set of primary brushes are more catered towards the needs of more adept Krita users than beginners really. But the newer users can still try out this set as the brushes here are very easy to use and install, and is very rich in stroke quality as well.
These painterly brushes are modeled after the real bristle brushes and mimic most of their stylistic patterns and strokes.
The pack comes with a handful of brushes that David often uses and showcases on a lot of his Krita tutorial videos. He basically uses them to paint certain art tropes like backgrounds and stock images.
These are also the brushes which he uses in his webcomic series called ‘Pepper&Carrot.’
In many of his tutorials, he teaches how one can use these brushes to make a lot of unique color blends. The blending styles is where the real magic of these brushes lie; being able to work with opaque colors as well as lighter ones to create new blends is what makes this set so very fun.
Watercolor Brush set by Vasco Alexander Basque
The quite popular digital artist Vasco Alexander Basque has created a very special set of custom watercolor brushes just for Krita users.
The brush set has a varied collection of brushes and stroke styles, with features that support dabbing as well as splattering. Dabbed and Splatter brushes can help you get a wider style range with your strokes, and make certain works like bricolages and abstracts that can truly refine your skills with the Krita platform.
However, these two are not the only brush styles that come in this set; there are other such tools which offer a much-refined stroke for detailed works, which can be easily controlled and used.
If you’re fairly new to water coloring in Krita, you can try your hand at small projects with this set. They are free to download from GitHub and is compatible with all the versions of Krita above 2.8.
But, do keep in mind that the strokes of these brushes are designed to be fairly small with a size range of 30px to 100px. They might be a bit low in quality, but the amount of things you can achieve with them is just amazing.
Minimalist Brush Pack by Aliciane
The minimalist brush pack by Aliciane is another brush set which is just fantastic for the newer Krita users.
Elésiane Huve (aka Aliciane) is a freelance illustrator and digital painter who uses Krita as her main digital platform for all her works.
He has made this brush set for the newer users, derived from the David Revoy amateur brush sets, with some changes here and there. She has tried to make this a very basic set which will help the newcomer get an idea of how Krita works and how he/she can go about the platform to make whatever they want.
When compared to David’s set, the brushes here have altered line widths, a different line cleanliness, and opacity sensitivity, especially while making marks with more pressure.
It comes with a few unique brush types as well, such as the smudge brushes as well as a custom move tool to add the much-needed versatility to this otherwise simple and minimalist set.
The pack comes with 8 brushes in total, which is pretty small, but considering these are aimed to aid beginners, one can hardly complain. They are also free to download and work flawlessly with Krita 2.8 and higher.
Aldys Brush Pack
Aldys Brush Pack has been around in Krita for a very long time now, and may just be the oldest on our list today, even older than the Raghavendra set.
Now, what makes them such a popular choice for a brush pack tool in Krita, is how beginner-friendly these brushes are. The brushes are incredibly basic and consist of a little bit of everything, and is just fantastic if you ever feel like flexing your artistic skills and trying out something new once in a while.
From containing airbrushes to oil brushes to smudge graphite as well as some pattern brushes, they have a lot of versatility amongst them.
However, these brushes are quite outdated, and we would not recommend that you do any form of commercial work with them as there might be some compatibility issues with the latest Krita versions.
The DPI is also not all that high, and it may disappoint in certain aspects of your professional work, and you may not be ultimately able to achieve what you set out to.
For digital painting, concept creation, or even for making your very own webtoon, Krita is an amazing platform to have. And we hope that our list of brush sets today was able to help you in understanding this platform a bit more.
Till next time!
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This eraser is good for soft area, or to erase/fade out a part of a drawing with various level of opacity.[8.2] A new eraser more precise for small lines, with sharp edges. Useful to erase inking.This eraser always erase 100% without doing variation on opacity. It is useful for removing a part of a drawing.A preset with low opacity to draw construction lines and sketch.The preset I use to do line-art and for drawing in general. It has a subtle grain.[8.2] A small pen I use to storyboard at 100% viewport size, and also to write, doodle notes, etc. It’s also good while inking for details.[8.2] a thin brush preset I use to draw in general or when I add details.[8.2] a preset I use when I need now to ink my artworks.The small brush I use to draw and to paint small detail. Another brush I use when I draw landscapes, they require usually less precision than characters.A preset for deforming sketches. I correct my proportion with it.Note: ‘Liquify transform’ does a better job on final artworks, but this brush is faster while sketching.[8.1] A brush with a grungy aspect, to block basic silhouette without caring about details.This brush was always on all my brush pack, but were removed in 8.0. Now restored in 8.1. A large and rough brush for sketching mass, and blocking basic plane of a shape.[8.1] A large used old brush to add textures to backgroundsMy favorite brush for painting. I often render everything with this one.[8.1] A derivation of my favorite brush, pressure less ( 100% painting ) for sharp strokes.[8.1] Another derivation with smaller size and smoother pressure sensitivity.[8.1] A brush with a special brush-tip to help me to speedpaint hair gloss/reflection.A variation of my favorite brush, more expressive and a bit more dirty for more expressive speedpaintings.[8.2] This brush was already in [8.1] but it’s now specialized in glazing areas and colors. [8.2] This brush is good for detailing speed-paintings with visible strokes. The stroke are expressive as ‘gouache’ stroke.[8.2] (update icon of this 8.1 brush ) Another big flat brush with a specific texture. [8.2] A brush I use for sketching organic elements on my backgrounds, tree, grass. It overlays strokes a bit like painting with colored ink.A simple speedpainting brush for general usage.[8.2] update of a [8.1] Another speedpainting brush, but rounded and hard edges now.[8.2] A brush with variation on size only. For filling manually colors or for thick generous lines.A soft brush with a wide range of opacity level mapped on the pressure of the stylus.A preset to draw quick shapes by defining the outline.A brush to paint details with a bit of color mixing in them, to mimic gouache.A brush to blend color at low opacity but paint at higher opacity.[8.1] A brush with blending and a paper textureAn attempt to produce watercolor fringe and blending at the same time.A brush to smooth every transition of colors to a deadly perfect gradient.[8.1] A brush to smooth only, but with bristtle effect.A brush I only use to push pixels around and create smoke.A big airbrush to fill background of drawings with custom smooth colors.A brush to adjust color, or to re-color a picture.A brush to lighten only, useful to create fog or increasing sfumato.A shadow brush to darken area, to add shadows or to quickly vignette corners.A brush to vivid colors of an artworks or to increase contrast.A brush to lighten area with a lot of saturation, for special effects.A clone brush ( ctrl to pick the origin ) to duplicate area of an artwork.( icon update for [8.2] ) A pixel brush with default size to 1px, to draw guides and to fix Gmic[colorize] aliased colormap.[8.2] A brush totally aliased to fix holes in colormap generated with GMIC [Colorize] filters.A brush to draw pseudo-screentones with control on the stylus pressure.[New] A brush to add a texture on reptilian skins ( a speedpainting shortcut ).[New] A textured squary brush to mimic a sort of chalk.This stamp assists me when I need to emulate a lot of little strokes.A stamp to add dirt to objects (eg. on Pepper’s face)A stamp producing big splat to add an easy artisty background to any unfinished speedpainting.Drop of painting or flying dust, this stamp can do both and add particles in the artwork.This stamp produce (heavy) stylized leaves. Detailed and blury herbs to add a quick foreground.Group of strokes with subtle herb texture.Little sparkle of light for magical fairy-dust effects.This stamp add a quick texture looking like stone crackles to flat surfaces.This preset ease the process of painting small lines for old wood texture.Easy little stars glowing for any backgrounds.A brush to ease the sketching of chains.[8.2] Little flowers, field on the distance, leaves on the floor, little rocks on floor : this preset can do many things.A stamp to assist sketching mass of plants with many leaves.A quick texture for adding variation to floors.A big texture for backgrounds.[8.1] A brush to paint ‘bokeh’, a photographic artifact from the lens when light get really out of focus.
deevad-v8-2.zip <font>( 3.6 MB )zip also available on Github</font>
Note: This brushes are compatible with Krita 2.9.11 and all Krita 3.x [8.2] version was made and tested in Krita 3.1.2.
- Download deevad-v8-2.zip file on your disk. Extract deevad-v8.bundle from the zip.
- Open Krita and go to the top menu : Setting > Manage Ressources
- In the Manage Resources Bundle dialog ; press the top Import Bundles button.
- Select the file deevad-v8-2.bundle on your disk , using the file explorer appearing on your screen, then finish by pressing Open
- The icon of the brushkit should appears under Active bundle column
- Press OK on the Manage Resources Bundle dialog.
- Important: restart Krita
- Have fun with painting!
( To uninstall: Setting > Manage Ressources, then ‘Open resource folder’, and delete the bundle file in the bundle folder. Restart Krita.)
This brushes are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 to «David Revoy, www.davidrevoy.com».This attribution is necessary in case of redistributing, commercializing, or modifying the brush kit.This attribution is not necessary in case of usage (you can paint any artwork you want with it, you still own totally your artwork).This attribution is not necessary in case of doing screenshot/screenrecording of Krita and have the brushkit visible.
Sources are available here : https://github.com/Deevad/deevad-krita-brushpresetsPrevious versions are listed here : http://www.peppercarrot.com/extras/?dir=resourcesLicense:CC BY David Revoy, www.davidrevoy.com with additional custom rules mentioned at the end of the article, 8 march 2017.Unless otherwise mentioned in the article.Tags: Используемые источники: