@straw Thanks! She is Plemora Tan, well a project I do to adapt her in my style 😉 https://git.pleroma.social/pleroma/pleroma/-/blob/develop/priv/static/images/pleroma-fox-tan.png
About Ctrl+Z, I only simplified the shortcut to Z key alone. It comes from the default of the shortcut keys layout of Mypaint. Quicker and simpler ☺️
@hj Yes ☺️ I'm trying to adapt her to my style. Cool character design, but I'll probably skip the print on her kimono with the big Plemora logo so it looks less than a promo shirt on the illustration. On a painterly artwork, it will probably look more artistic.
@vyivel @hj 🤯 🤯🤯 Oh wow. I see ( https://git.pleroma.social/pleroma/pleroma/-/tree/develop/priv/static/images ) Thanks for telling. 💚
For a reason I always shuffled the 'r' and 'm'. No idea why. Ok, I'll try to remember the mnemonic like in " Aroma', Pleroma.
Good to get this info before posting the real one with a big mistake in the title.
Thanks for preventing this!
Thanks for the links and good job pipivovott on the recent artworks.
I put a dried flower in her hair, but it's on the defocus side of the portrait, so it suggests something pointy and pale yellowish but it is not clearly identifiable. (I love the aesthetic of dried plants, a sort of "autumn nature gothic" vibes in them 😆).
By the way, for the license I know Pleroma Tan is under CC-By-Sa, but what is the content of the original attribution? "pleroma.social" ?
@helene @vyivel @pipivovott @hj @Moon
Mmm... If the original is CC-BY-SA-4.0 "shitposter.club" , then it's recursive and the derivation of the shy one has to be also CC-BY-SA-4.0. It can't be more open under CC-By-4.0 (just saying).
Too bad the attribution contains the word "shit", that might deboost a lot my art on other social media when I'll have to attribute.
I'll look at the COPYING file ☺️
Thanks! (and message from @Moon ) well received.
Now it's clear. I'll post mine as
"CC-BY-SA-4.0 David Revoy, pleroma.social" , so I'll keep the spirit of the Libre license, point to the project, and avoid the 'shit' word 😉 If you agree and like it, feel free to advise the same practise for future authors on https://git.pleroma.social/pleroma/pleroma/-/blob/develop/COPYING
@pipivovott ☺️ Yes. Lovely design, I had references on my disk and it was on a to-do "maybe someday" for a very long time. I hope I'll do her design justice painted in my style.
Sure! I haven't tested them all, but from the one I tested that offers a good quality/price ratio, I advise this one https://www.davidrevoy.com/article870/review-gaomon-m10k-2018-graphic-tablet-on-linux-for-digital-painting
Just keep in mind my review was for GNU/Linux OS, I have no idea about the quality of the driver on Win or MacOs... In short: any good medium-size tablet (~21cm large for the active surface), and even better if you can put your hand on a Wacom (but that's often another budget). Here I use a large one, very large.
Je me suis aidé du dernier filtre de Gmic "Vibrance" qui boost tout comme il faut les couleurs. Chouette outil.
Je l'ai fini hier soir, je reprendrai un peu le dessin avec des yeux frais en fin de journée après mes commandes en cours. J'ai hâte de partager le résultat.
@davidrevoy more beautiful than anything I have ever drawn and I practiced quite some time
render me impressed and in awe of ur skill
@davidrevoy what drawpad do you use?
I always felt like there is a big disconnect between the "paper" and the "pen"
I feel like having a drawpad with display (e. g. MS Surface, X220T, ...) would really help me cognitively
because I CAN draw a straight line or circle or draw a shade of a cylinder. But really I just miss every time I start a new line. What am I doing wrong?
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