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The art of Philipp Urlich

The art of Philipp Urlich

Philipp Urlich made a bit of a splash recently in the Krita community with immersive landscapes and experimental use of NVIDIA’s GauGAN-generated images as the basis for new artworks. He was kind enough to agree having his works featured on LGW and answer a few questions.

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Week recap — 16 December 2018

Week recap — 16 December 2018

Highlights: a new Kdenlive release, new maintainer for Blender's video sequencer, lots of Blender add-ons updated, a new release of Krita, new features in darktable and GIMP, first public release of the reference AV1 decoder.

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The art of Ngan Pham

The art of Ngan Pham

Today we are talking to Ngan Pham, a young artist residing in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam. Ngan extensively uses Krita as a freelance concept artist and illustrator.

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The Art of Martin Trokenheim

The Art of Martin Trokenheim

Today, we are talking to Martin Trokenheim, an illustrator from Sweden. Martin worked as a professional illustrator, abandoned and then rediscovered drawing, and started rocking with MyPaint and then with Krita.

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The art of Yaroslav Chyzhevskyi

The art of Yaroslav Chyzhevskyi

It's common for artists to stick with just one 2D painting app for most work, but Yaroslav Chyzhevskyi likes using it all: both Krita, MyPaint, and GIMP.

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The art of Sylvia Ritter

The art of Sylvia Ritter

Earlier users of Krita may recall an interview with Sylvia Ritter published on krita.org in 2014. Since then, Sylvia completed an impressive amount of beautiful paintings made with Krita, so it’s time to revisit!

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The Art of Adrian dela Cerna

The Art of Adrian dela Cerna

We are resuming showcasing artists who use free/libre software, whether it's commissioned work or interesting personal projects. Today, we talk to Adrian dela Cerna, an artist from USA who has been using Krita quite a lot for the past few years.

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Ordinary Day Montage album released, produced with Ardour 3

Ordinary Day Montage album released, produced with Ardour 3

Gabriel Nordeborn (zthmusic) released a new album that he composed, recorded, mixed and mastered mostly with free software on Linux. It's also licensed under CC-BY-SA.

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Mashing art styles with GIMP: Caleb Thomas

Mashing art styles with GIMP: Caleb Thomas

DeviantArt is a bit of a universe, with planets orbiting around entire subculture suns. Sometimes these solar systems collide, and that's how you get mixes of stylized anime, fashion model tributes etc.

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Amazing fractal garden by Silvia Cordedda

Amazing fractal garden by Silvia Cordedda

The nature is a curios case of intertwined order and randomness. Silvia Cordedda pays a tribute to it with her fractal flora renders.

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