David Revoy - Artist, Instructor, Using Only Free/Libre
Website of David Revoy (aka Deevad), artist and instructor using only Free/Libre and Open-Source software since 2009.
Posted: Saturday Mar 6, 2021
Skill Detail: https://www.davidrevoy.com/
Shop - David Revoy
Posted: (3 days ago) External links: community products translated on the web Community products are not made or managed by me and are the work of external persons or companies. This is possible thanks to the permissive Creative Commons Attribution license and open-source nature of Pepper&Carrot. I do not receive any money or percent directly linked to the amount of item solds, but some of the creators contributes ...
Ergonomics of Graphics tablets - David Revoy
Posted: (2 days ago) About the 2020 remake of this article: For the ten years anniversary of this article (originally published on April 11, 2010) I decided to rewrite it and refresh all the article. I also made new artworks and published them in higher quality. Over the years, I was super happy to see this article being republished on big CG portals, printed on CG magazines and even the artworks were republished ...
Narcissus & Echo - David Revoy
Posted: (6 days ago) Rachel 01 december 2015, 01:14 - Reply. Hi David! I am a student at Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana and am currently in a Greek Art and Mythology class. I have to write a final paper on a myth and decided on Echo and Narcissus.
Krita palettes - David Revoy
Posted: (2 days ago) Update: [2018-04] A enhanced version of this palettes joined the default in Krita 4.x. Introduction: While painting in Krita, I was still switching palettes; between my old previous palettes, the one I added on Krita default and two other created on the fly for Pepper&Carrot.All this switch of palettes coupled with the current docker not rescaling the column of the palette made me less and ...
Krita alternate themes - David Revoy
Posted: (2 days ago) Previous post Next post License: CC BY David Revoy, www.davidrevoy.com with additional custom rules mentioned at the end of the article, 4 january 2019. Unless otherwise mentioned in the article. Tags: #themes #krita Corrections and improvements are welcome: Download article source
Krita brushes: Charcoal pencils - David Revoy
Posted: (2 days ago) Here is three new presets inspired by charcoal pencils, colored pencils and pencils in general. In short; these are just preset with a sublte grainy paper easy on eyes, with a cool and smooth grain and with also a sweet pressure curve.