Ambrosius Topor

Notiz — 2020-12-10

Drawing with Linux


Drawing (on paper, but also using the computer — an Amiga back then) has been a hobby of mine in earlier times.
After being inspired by Bob Ross' shows and watching videos how people are drawing using a graphic tablet I decided to buy a Wacom Intuos Pro 16.


Prior I checked the support for the Linux distribution I'm using (Ubuntu) — which looked quite good and simple to set up.

And the setup turned out to be ridiculous simple: Use the built-in settings panel for the graphics tablet to (optionally) adjust the configuration (pressure level, button assignments, etc.) and you're ready to go.

Krita turned out to be an amazing application; it's a lot of fun to work with.
Some of it's impressive features:

Blue Glass
Comic Guy



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