The McLachlans Pack 2 !!TOP!!
Results: A total of 119 participants developed reduced renal function during follow-up. ABI, PWV, NT-proBNP and hsTnT were all associated with onset of decline in renal function following adjustment for age and sex. These associations were attenuated after adjustment for additional diabetes renal disease risk factors (systolic BP, baseline eGFR, albumin:creatinine ratio and smoking pack-years), with the exception of hsTnT which remained independently associated (HR 1.51 [95% CI 1.22, 1.87]). Inclusion of hsTnT in a predictive model improved the continuous net reclassification index by 0.165 (0.008, 0.286).
The McLachlans Pack 2
Update: This resources is outdated and unmaintained : it won't work as intended with future version of Krita (after Krita 4.2) Check the 'extras' category to find the most recent brushes. Also, you probably won't need it because an enhanced version of this brush pack joined the default brush installed with Krita 4.x: I managed them. :-)
I wanted to have something looking good and useful in my preset docker. That's how I started this new version of my brushkit for Krita, the serie 8. As usual with all my brushkit (I maintain them since 2009), I decided to distribute them for free, for anyone. I also took time to write here a full description of every 64 brushes you'll get in the pack. All this big work couldn't be possible without the support of my patrons. This brushkit is a free bonus on the way of more episodes for my webcomic Pepper&Carrot. A big big thanks to them!
A preset for deforming sketches. I correct my proportion with it.Note: 'Liquify transform' does a better job on final artworks, but this brush is faster while sketching.[8.1] A brush with a grungy aspect, to block basic silhouette without caring about details.This brush was always on all my brush pack, but were removed in 8.0. Now restored in 8.1.
Maia 15 june 2016, 00:59 - Reply Thank you lots! I downloaded it and used it for a while, and I loved using the blending brush, but one time I came back, the icon was gone and the brush wasn't working anymore. I tried to take off the pack and re install it to the program, but it still did not work. Any ideas on what to do?
Liz de Souza 16 august 2016, 19:52 - Reply David, you are awesome. I loved the new brushes. I'm not working so much until my baby is born, but soon I'll seriously use all brushes from 8.1 pack. Thank you so much!!!
Siegfried 22 november 2016, 04:52 - Reply Technology is not my strong suit, I downloaded your file, it is a .zip file. I can't open it in Krita because it isn't a BUNDLE file. Is there any way I can convert it to a BUNDLE file or do something to open the brush pack?
Eric 06 january 2017, 04:35 - Reply Hi David, I read some prior comments (which I should have done before adding mine) and went to the FTP page ; when I save as, it only gives me the option to save as a zip file. I unzipped the file then renamed the folder to deevad-v8-1.bundle, but same thing I click Open then it sees only 3 folders (brushes, META-INF and paintoppresets), none of which contain the file needed to install this bundle pack. Are you using another web browser (Chrome, Firefox)? Maybe issues with IE 11?
David Revoy Author, 06 january 2017, 04:28 - Reply Hi Suika Pon, Krita Gemini is equal to the version 2.9 as far as I know.Check my previous brush pack : -v7-0, and follow the 'Manual instalation' chapter on this page
David REVOY Author, 11 march 2017, 14:27 - Reply Hi Ugo, That's a good idea, I'll consider it for future version ( as I did for the mixbrush now merged in the main pack ) Thanks!
Carro 15 march 2017, 23:50 - Reply Hi! I have a question, I'm using Krita 3.1.1 and I tried to download this but when I went to download bundle I couldn't find the package in my downloaded files where I put it. I wonder if there is maybe a newer version that I have to update to, and if so, will my old unfinished art work not be able to open in the new version? I don't know if this made any sense, but it would be really nice if you could answer this. Thank you so much! And your art is really beautiful, I appreciate what you do.
D-Queazius 18 july 2017, 21:55 - Reply I was wondering if I could temporarily delete the default brush pack and use yours instead. I tried putting all the default brushes in a bundle and making that bundle inactive, but it didn't work. Is there at least a way to only show your brushes in the "brush presets" panel? Thx
Leigh 19 july 2017, 20:34 - Reply Thank you for the brush pack! Since discovering Krita I haven't even looked at my paid-for painting app - your brush pack is "la cerise" on top of this awesome program!
Samantha 20 july 2017, 08:08 - Reply THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! I was having trouble importing brush packs and I figured it out after looking at this. I don't think I was looking properly though.... Still the brushes in this pack look very good and since I am new to Krita it will probably add a lot more to it. Again, thank you!
David REVOY Author, 14 january 2019, 14:00 - Reply Hey KingGrotesk,You can use the brush as you want, in videos, in tutorials, in livestream, for paid work. What you do with the brushes (all type of artworks) is your property and you can sell, copyright, etc... as you wish. So no need for attribution in a livestream. The attribution license here applies only for redistribution; eg. if you host the pack on your website and propose it to your audience, or if you sell it on a USB device , etc... and concerns the brush files themselves. This also applies if you modify this brushes and distribute modification of them ( in this case, it is just a credit to know who did the brush). I don't do that for the fame; but more for a sort of genealogy; by the past I put my brush as public domain and many brush creators just repackaged them and sold them taking credits for all the work I did (redoing the brush thumbnail is not a big work xD). I hope you understand!
David REVOY Author, 14 january 2019, 18:26 - Reply Hi, a brush pack cannot close the program.Maybe you had another simultaneous issue with another component (wild guess: windows 10 + wacom driver or graphic driver update in background, forced on you).
Craig Maloney Contributor, 11 july 2019, 05:37 - Reply From the article:Update: This resources is outdated and unmaintained : it won't work as intended with future version of Krita (after Krita 4.2) Check the 'extras' category to find the most recent brushes. Also, you probably won't need it because an enhanced version of this brush pack joined the default brush installed with Krita 4.x: I managed them. :-)
Dandelion 26 october 2019, 05:41 - Reply Hello David!Since a lot of your old bundles have been included in the default presets, I've been cleaning out redundant bundles to make things tidier, and I noticed the default doesn't have the "draw paint" brush that this pack does, which was a brush I used a lot. Is there something else you use now for this purpose?
David REVOY Author, 15 july 2020, 12:16 - Reply They are not maintained (the new version of them are now the default pack in Krita, so you already have my brushkit). But even without being maintained, they are still just brush preset into a regular bundle that should be compliant with any version of Krita.If your version doesn't work it might be because of your Krita version and the way it was packaged/built/installed. Please report it as a bug, include your specification and steps how to reproduce. It will help everyone facing the same situation as you do in the future. Thanks!
David REVOY Author, 13 november 2020, 18:17 - Reply Hi Robert, That might be a problem of packaging. Can you tell me what version and system you are using? (eg. a version from the Windows 10 store is something totally different than a Flatpack version on Linux Mint, or a Snap on Ubuntu or a version coming from Playstore on Android...)
Lexi 22 january 2021, 10:05 - Reply Hi David, I just downloaded the "Krita 4 Extras brush" pack you posted back in October of 2019. My question is, if I want to download this bundle, but already have that one, will I have duplicate brushes? I just want a few on this one that weren't in the other like the "hair" or "flat old" brush. Thanks in advance! You're amazing!
David REVOY Author, 22 january 2021, 10:35 - Reply Hey Lexi, with this pack you'll get duplicate "in feature or fonction" but no duplicate one in files or issue of colision. The icon of this pack have a background with a gradient; that makes them easy to see on the list. If you use the icon on the top toolbar to list the brush; you'll notice this panel has a little trashcan icon; feel free to remove all the preset you dislike (they aren't really deleted from the disk; just added to a block list ).
David REVOY Author, 09 june 2021, 11:27 - Reply Hey, thank you about the feedback. For Krita 5; I only contributed to the Mypaint brush pack (integrated by default). For everything else about default, Ramon Miranda is doing a fanstatic work with collecting feedback on Krita-Artist forum and making Watercolors, Charcoal,etc... On my side, I'm waiting the release of Krita 5 first solid beta to work on a Brushkit V.10 that would port all of this brushes to the new engines (Krita 5 has very big changes, for brush settings and for bundles and resources management).
David REVOY Author, 15 january 2022, 16:38 - Reply Hi Ricardo; I'm glad you like them. All bundles from Krita 4 are compatible with Krita 5 (but not the way around).But I'll probably update the pack soon, to show what I can do with the new texture blending modes and smudge engine abilities :-)