Citizens of the Internet, welcome. Fonts in Linux are a rather neglected topic; there are things with a higher delight factor we could talk…5 comments
In the final installment of this series we shift our focus away from FLOSS applications for creating bitmap graphics (in Chapter 1 we…No comments.
When a Free Software evangelist is asked whether there is a free graphics program that can rival with the proprietary apps, the usual…1 comment
If there’s one aspect of Linux that has more Wild West in it than a typical Charles Bronson movie, it’s fonts. Linux fonts.…9 comments
Brushes are a central concept in Krita. Unfortunately, Krita’s documentation is incomplete and outdated, so here is a summary of how they work.3 comments
Krita, KDE’s answer to Photoshop and GIMP, comes with over 120 brushes. These brushes imitate media ranging from pens and pencils to water…1 comment
ImageMagick is the Swiss army knife of the command-line image-processing world. The array of tools it provides, combined with the amount of options…7 comments
We have already established that Inkscape is the best thing since sliced-bread elsewhere on this site. But you’d be surprised at how useful…No comments.
The League of Movable of Type is a group of typographers that have taken upon themselves the task of creating beautiful, complete and…No comments.
The Smithsonian has put online high quality photographs of over 40,000 works belonging to the Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler…No comments.
Framing your subject and setting the focus right for your photos is great and all, but as, any experienced photographer will tell you,…No comments.
Although video games have reigned supreme as Christmas presents for kids (and many adults) for some years now, traditional board games are making…No comments.