Krita user community?

Richard Spindler richard.spindler at
Sat Feb 23 13:56:17 CET 2008

2008/2/22, Cyrille Berger <cberger at>:
>  > I've been thinking on that, too -- perhaps when Kivio is up and running
>  > again, I'll try to re-use that. On the other hand, this kind of thing goes
>  > way beyond what artists want and deeply into the realm of the kind of
>  > people who try to embed a lisp clone into anything -- i.e, hackers.
> Oh but I do have running code, the only problem is that is written in Qt/Ruby
>  and it crashes on 32bits machine, but it works pretty well on 64bits (and
>  having QtWidgets on Canvas was something I wanted to have to make the UI even
>  more better).

Hi, are you aware of the CLAM project?
The have a very nice Qt Widgets for node graphs.

>  As for the hackers vs artits debat, I am not sure you are correct, more and
>  more artists seems to be using the "node" editor of blender, which is very
>  similar to that.

2008/2/23, Boudewijn Rempt <boud at>:
> Depends on which group of artists is being meant. The kind illustrators who
>  are now using Corel Painter would be weirded out by the idea of kind of
>  programming their image. Others will love it. What I was thinking of was
>  having an option to show the node structure in a second tab, with the image
>  in te first tab, not as a docker. (Ideally, it'd be the thing you see in a 3d
>  environment when you flip your window so you can see its back).

Node Based Filtering has several important advantages: you can add and
remove filters as well as change filter parameters nondestructively,
just like Adjustment Layers, but more flexible.

And advanced users can create Node-Presets that could be reused by casual users.


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