I’ve been trying to post some of my Krita brush sets for quite some time now.
Due to lack of time or other reasons I never got the chance to do it until now, so there you go.
It does take some time for me to put everything together in a way that’s usable for other people, so I’ll release all sets one by one when I can.
At the end I’ll probably create a “Downloads” section on this website so that they’ll all be easily available in the same place.
A few small things to point out:
– I like my popup palette in Krita to have 12 brush icons (it’s just a matter of preference), so my sets will always be made of 12 brushes. When the brushes exceed this number, I’ll split them into multiple sets (like Clouds I, Clouds II, etc).
– for the cloud brushes in particular I had started doing some research in metheorology so that I could name each brush the proper way (cirrocumulus, altostratus, etc). Then I stopped because I’m not mental:)
– I believe there’a a bug in the way bundles are packed in Krita (which I’m about to report), so the safe – albeit a bit less straightforward – way for me to share these brushes is still “the old way”.
Instructions are below.
I would recommend watching the short video below before you download, it will show how the brushes are used and what they look like.
Unzip downloaded file into $HOME/.local/share/krita/ (merge if prompted)
Unzip downloaded file into C:\Users\YOURUSERNAME\AppData\Roaming\krita
Unzip content of zip file ~/Library/Application Support/Krita/
All brushes are released under Creative Commons 4.0, CC BY-SA to Paolo Puggioni, www.paolopuggioni.com
This license lets you remix, tweak, and build upon your work even for commercial purposes, as long as you credit the creator and license your new creations under the identical terms.
by Paolo Puggioni