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General / Krita - windows, mac and Linux
« on: January 07, 2015, 01:10:38 AM »
Krita - the open source painting software- has been getting more and more awesome by the minute.

with features no other software has!

wraparound mode- lets you paint patterns and tiled textures easily:

Masking mode similar to paint tool sai

Brush stabilization and water color blending dynamics - multiple brush engines with many features

the beta recently acquired gmic interactive colorization - a better alternative to the bucket tool

Non destructive transform layer effect- many powerful transform modes

Real time layer effects, vector layers, layer cloning, external file layers and many more features

With many exciting new features coming soon.
Krita animation mode

all this thanks to a successful kickstarter campaign and funding from vfx studios

EDIT: Sorry, I think I might have posted this in the wrong section of the forum. Would it be possible to create a section for Krita?   :D

« on: May 23, 2014, 01:49:24 PM »
I cant wait to get the layer animation viewing mode on linux as well!! :)

« on: May 23, 2014, 01:41:21 PM »
I LOVE IT!!!  ;D ;D

Somebody find the author of this software and shake his hand for bringing it to linux!

I can finally dump paint tool sai + wine combo for something that works natively without the glitches and is in some regards even better.

General / Re: AzMiniPainter - Linux
« on: September 23, 2012, 04:01:15 AM »
linux needs software like this  :D certainly made my day

Note to the developer (someone should send it to him):

-It would help if the readme file has a version in english
- if he/she puts this on launchpad- that would invite people to debug and contribute to the code more- translate the software to different languages
-make that tar.gz file more inviting to the rest of the world- it currently looks like something that was made solely for a japanese audience.
-currently doesn't compile

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g++ -O2 -Wall -I./AzXClass/include -I/usr/include/freetype2 -c src/CImage32.cpp -o _Release/CImage32.o
src/CImage32.cpp: Assembler messages:
src/CImage32.cpp:71: Error: unsupported for `mov'
src/CImage32.cpp:72: Error: unsupported for `mov'
src/CImage32.cpp:95: Error: unsupported for `mov'
src/CImage32.cpp:96: Error: unsupported for `mov'
src/CImage32.cpp:144: Error: unsupported for `mov'
src/CImage32.cpp:145: Error: unsupported for `mov'
src/CImage32.cpp:202: Error: unsupported for `mov'
src/CImage32.cpp:203: Error: unsupported for `mov'
src/CImage32.cpp:244: Error: unsupported for `mov'
src/CImage32.cpp:350: Error: unsupported for `mov'
src/CImage32.cpp:351: Error: unsupported for `mov'
src/CImage32.cpp:414: Error: unsupported for `mov'
src/CImage32.cpp:415: Error: unsupported for `mov'
src/CImage32.cpp:449: Error: unsupported for `mov'
src/CImage32.cpp:450: Error: unsupported for `mov'
make: *** [_Release/CImage32.o] Error 1

- big thanks!!!!

I am definitelly excited about this project. Will be waiting for the next release  ;D

General Discussion / Re: Inking without Tablet
« on: October 17, 2010, 11:36:54 PM »
do you know any alternatives to this on linux ? Only thing that gets close to it is synfig

General Discussion / Re: mdiapp another simple painting program
« on: October 06, 2010, 06:20:33 PM »
I don't see any English version, where is it.  All I see was a button to translate the page into English but the download only has one option and it's japanese.

Only thing that i am missing in this is the actual pen tool for the vector layer. The whole point of having a vector layer is being able to trace the image with mouse clicks and then be able to edit the ink by moving the vertices (dots). This has vertices, but the pencil tool in vector mode makes too many of them (which makes it pointless really). The straight line tool makes a line which you can't adjust the thickness of the vertices, so its no replacement.

General Discussion / Re: mdiapp another simple painting program
« on: October 05, 2010, 06:35:55 PM »
I love this!!!! Thank you for sharing! Its free right?

Pressure sensitivity works on linux!!   ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

General Discussion / Re: Virtual Dummy and Hand to draw
« on: June 10, 2010, 04:08:51 AM »
much thanks for this!!! I've been looking for mikoto in english for ages!!  ;D

General / Re: GimpPainter
« on: June 10, 2010, 04:03:06 AM »
Hmm, for those of you who cannot use Paint Tool Sai like applications, there WAS a Japanese project where they made a water color like brush mechanic to replicate the blending and painting via Sai, AzPainter, etc but for Gimp. and a more flexible line tool. It was originally made for Mac computers since they had no such thing available to them save the applications made by Celsys, but there is also an English translation and Windows version of GimpPainter!

Although, the website that hosted the translation is down... Here is the original Japanese. If you pass all those Windows downloads, you do find the Mac ones. c: Linux, I don't know. orz;;  I'll update if I find one that is in English, if these aren't already. ^^
  works on linux. Just apply the patch. There are tuts on ubuntu forum on how to do it. Even automated script.. but the watercolory brush is far from sai's. Its just the smudge tool mixed with a brush with lots of counterintuitive options to set

General / Re: AzDrawing & AzPainter - download links
« on: May 11, 2010, 04:52:20 PM »
tried it with wine on LINUX. It works flawlessly,
 but it's useless because tablet pressure sensitivity doesnt work.   :-[

Is there a way to make it use windows' default tablet driver (wintab?)

that would make this application fully useful for linux and osx users without the need to port it to those platforms.

There is not one application of this sort on linux. Not one like paint tool sai, even with wine - they dont support tablet pressure. Will this one be the the first and one and only?  :-\

Work In Progress / Re: Kaetemi's stuff
« on: October 04, 2009, 02:38:51 PM »
good work,Kaetemi. Very impressive  :D

paint tool sai still has a lead on this in one aspect, i think- the  lineart layer..Either i can't get a hang of the line tools, or sai's tracing system is easier and more effective..

I need a lot of time to get to know it- its way more complex than sai.

Still this application outweights sai in features,gui customisation,and some other things..

this is truly a great piece of software. the more i get to know it, the more i am loving it. The translation is good enough to understand it and its A LOT. Kaetemi did a great job. It still does need some editing- like the name of the layer types- rasteru=raster, and so on..  there are a few kanji items as well. God, this is going to be so awesome when it gets fully translated. There is even a 3d layer with a pose-able model and the option to import 3d media!  ;D

the selection tool can act as a bucket and has an interesting gui that lets you easily expand selection and other stuff.

In its filters I especially liked the watercolor effect filter.

This thing is packed with goods

did you guys notice that this will be released for the mac osx leopard and windows 7 too! Finally an application similar to paint tool sai on OSX! For the first time ever!

I dont think that its against any laws to make such a great product accessable to the rest of the world. Its  actually quite in their favor  :)

Its inevitable, it was for paint tool sai and it worked very well for it- it became very popular early before its author made it in english. I think that if it wasnt for the popularity it gained early on thanks to the fan translation, it's author wouldnt have made it available to the rest of the world via paypal.

I too would like to purchase a license to use it,but only after seeing its possible to get it in english!

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