Time for another comic short story!
This one is stand-alone from any previous snippets and is created completely in open-source software (MyPaint, Krita and GIMP). It will be 12 pages long and gives me a chance to experiment with full color and black outlines which I usually don't do. It will be coming out regularly over the next few weeks until it's done - I'm sure I'll find my footing better along the way. Comments and feedback is appreciated as always!
... Oh, and since some time I have a Patreon page for those wanting to support me with a tip. It's mainly for my OSS coding endevours but since some did ask about it, I'll advertise it here too:
~~~All my work is done with open-source software. If you are interested in the art tutorials I have done, you can find them all in the journal entry below.
Over the years I have produced a range of tutorials on artistic use of the computer. Most of them concerns rather general concepts and can hopefully give something regardless of which program you are using or even be of some interest for traditional, non-digital artists. Some examples of my art can be found in the gallery.
That said, to get the most out of these you should know that I mainly use the open-source image manipulation program GIMP. I also work a lot with the painter program MyPaint. These are both very powerful programs capable of great artistic expression. Being open-source programs, they are both legally free to download and use without any cost. They exist for many platforms, including Linux, Mac and Windows, so they are worth trying out if you haven't already.
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