OK.. asking for help.. how do you remove rigs in Krita? I played with it little bit months back and tumbled into doing by luck... now I can not remember how it was done. please help if anyone has…Continue
OK.. asking for help.. how do you remove rigs in Krita? I played with it little bit months back and tumbled into doing by luck... now I can not remember how it was done. please help if anyone has know how to this?See More
"There used to be this thing called CinePaint but it was basically a modded version of Gimp. After the original Gimp started handling 16bpc images, CinePaint was discontinued. You can seasily use Gimp for that now."
"It's quite tricky getting the exposure right. I was recommended to shoot dark scenes a bit bright and bright scenes vice versa. If you look at the colour histogram you should not have any clipping either white or black. Then you can adjust the…"
"Thank you all for taking the time to watch and thank you so much for the feed back and tips. MUCH MUCH needed! We are still green horns at this lol. My Avatar photo was a test shot that we thought was to bright. Still scratching heads and need step…"
"There are great options available for small portable LEDs. I have modified some that work well for simulating firelight. I took a flameless candle, powered by AA batteries, and smashed it to remove the wax, and made what I call a…"
"What Simon said.
In your avatar image here, it all looks much brighter. I like the overall darkness in the video, but the character is important so I want to see his face a little better. The hat brim prevents the blue moonlight from…"
"Basically sunlight comes from one direction, so all the shadows fall the same way. So you might think that all you need to do is put up o e light and that's the job done. But often what happens is that you get deep shadows and can't…"
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