I decided to render a quick step-by-step process video for my Cap’n-A doodle. (The movie was great!) Most of the drawing was in MyPaint (some corrections in Krita) and textures in The GIMP.
2. Subdue the sketch
3. Lines (front foot was junk)
4. New foot
5. Extra line weight and fills
6. Ground Shadow
7. Gray-tone colors
8. Add background texture
9. Layout shadows on figure
10. Color multiply the shadows
11. Add texture to figure
Pepper’s Funk by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
church av map
Our little church is finishing a newly constructed worship center, so we’ve been planning out the new projection system for the building. This was the map I made to minimize the number of components we’d purchase, while giving us the needed flexibility and ensuring compatibility. We’ve been able to save the church quite a bit here and there by making smart design choices upfront, instead of paying for stuff we will never use.
This a clean-up of a doodle from some time back. All the captured work was done in MyPaint in Linux.
Aces High – Funkorama by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
Categories: doodle, how, video
Tags: battle, capture, dog, doodle, drawing, mypaint, process, pug, tank, video, war, workflow
I haven’t done a video capture for awhile, so I thought I’d do one this weekend. I originally tried capturing the sketch and inking phase, but my settings were all screwed up. Another day I suppose…
Music: Cold Funk – Funkorama by Kevin MacLeod (links and licensing on the youTube page.)
This is one of a slurry of things that I’m finishing for our Christmas program at church tomorrow. Thought I’d share, Merry Christmas!