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I am the DevilRat, a πŸ”žhentai artist that likes to produce digital paintings... Also likes to review the porn on the website and help produce some of it as well. Though trying to improve everyday...

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Got it set up, sort of...

Posted by DevilRat - December 4th, 2021


Will figure out my the CSP, so for the meanwhile, I'm stuck on Krita. Krita isn't bad, but does have a huge leg up on CSP on which operating system dio you use. Wacom drawing tablets work on Ubuntu, so anyone who is in a similar situation to me. Will be able to not fall for the same mistake as me.


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Krita is good for digital art. I recommend looking through all its different dockers and shortcuts. Once you customize the layout to your personal preference it becomes pretty intuitive to use.

I miss mainly the great default brushes of CSP and vector line / erasing. I started first with Krita, before I got into CSP. Traditional -> Krita ( for digital ), than way later on -> CSP. I am right now getting 32-bit i386 to work, and also Japanese input to work.

Thinking of going to Linux Mint, AGAIN. WIth support for Debian and 32-bit architecture. So I can use WIne.