Monthly Archives: June 2007

Early in Glasgow

So I arrived today in Glasgow, a little bit in advance for the Akademy, but there was two reasons for that, a less expensive ticket and that leave me sometime to visit the city. So here is a first glance: … Continue reading

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Drawing and Expansion, a new usefull filter when coloring

Troy asked us in a general questionnaire about Krita if we had any good image made with Krita, which reminds me that I haven’t taken the time to do any real playing with Krita since so long that I can’t … Continue reading

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XMP vs RDF or RDF vs XMP

This is an answer to a comment from Bruce on my previous post, and the reason why I favor more XMP than RDF; at least at the moment. I will start by saying no decision have been taken on whether … Continue reading

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Krita and Metadata

Images are not pixels alone, they include metadata. Whether they are automatically generated by a system, for instance every digital camera saves information about the condition under which a picture has been taken, some other metadata are created by the … Continue reading

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KOffice 1.6.3

I am pleased to announce that the latest bug fix release of KOffice 1.6.3 is out. You can read the full announcement here. For Krita, this release includes, hopefully, a completely fixed transform tool, and some improvements in the filter … Continue reading

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Dynamic paintop : introduction

Since I saw dynamic brush in Corel Painter, I have been willing to get something similar to Krita. Basically, it’s a paint op which gives the user control over all the parameters (size, orientation, colors etc) of the brush, depending … Continue reading

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Filters as script in Ruby/Python/Whatever for Krita

Krita support scripts (in python and ruby) since 1.5 thanks to kross, but one things that was really missing (beside performance) was tighter integration with Krita, I mean, in 1.5/1.6, there is a docker with a list of scripts, and … Continue reading

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