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A test with a simple character. My intention was to simulate, quite simply, a reverse kinematics system, or nearly so. :)
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How to create custom widget for switching layers in +Synfig 
In our character template we have a custom widget to sw…
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To provide tutorials, workflows and a showcase for high-quality photography using Free/Open Source Software.
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Deep interview with Boudewijn Rempt.
 
Adobe Offsetting for May is Krita ALL THE WAY! Support their 2015 Kickstarter and read my in depth interview with lead developer, +Boudewijn Rempt http://bit.ly/1APBIZH #krita   #opensource  
Spring is in the air, taxes are done, and it's time to focus on fun stuff—like digital painting! Krita is attempting a second stab at success with another Kickstarter that started earlier this week. For 2015, Krita has Photoshop in their crosshairs with the anticipation of making Krita as fast ...
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Add two trees and one cloud to three particle layers and you get a moving BG. #synfig  
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Isometric 2d engine, shaders and light are awesome.
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There used to be a great magazine called CODE:FREE about open source and free software magazine.

There were only four editions but the quality of the works were great.
https://es.scribd.com/search-documents?query=codefree

Currently the magazine is discontinued what is a bummer

Is there other initiative similar to it, that is currently active?
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+Alexandre Prokoudine yes I know both. Great magazines but CODE:FREE hold multiple applications (Inkscape, Gimp, Blender, etc.) just by the contribution of known or unknown artists... I miss that :-/
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After almost a year of (slowly) building the site, +Morgan Hardwood convinced me to just go ahead and finish things up and launch...

It is with great pleasure I can finally say that PIXLS.US is finally live!

I have more content in the queue coming soon, but we do have a few articles up at the moment (https://pixls.us/articles), including a great one about luminosity masking by +Ian Hex in darktable.

There is also the blog if you want to follow along (https://pixls.us/blog).

And most recently, we added the forums (https://discuss.pixls.us/).

I don't usually ask those who follow me to do anything, but in this case I hope you'll pardon me asking.  If you don't mind, please consider sharing this with your circles and help me get the word out that there is a community specifically for free-software photography.

Come on by, check things out, sign up at the forum (I made it so you can simply use your google account to log in with - easy!), and help us grow a community!
Well, here we are. I just checked the first blog post and it was dated August 24th, 2014. I had probably been working on the back end of the site getting things running for the basic blog setup a few weeks prior to that. It's almost been a full year since I started working on this idea.
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Once more time #Synfig
 
Added, yes, I'm sorry, but it's the last one (promise), yet another particle layer to my car. Still no way points or key frames. Just dynamics and particles. #synfig
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Particles and Dynamics in #Synfig  
 
Gave my little car a driver. #synfig
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A small study animation in Synfig. Based on a drawing made in Krita, by Carlos Kley Zampilis.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZ8aW-DfTg4
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i like this character. Eva adventures in paradise?
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