@freedcreative Hey Kezz, just watched this! Reeeally good video, lean and to the point. I'll be using this as reference for sure. But somehow I hadn't registered yet that you worked with Krita rather than Gimp, which is my usual raster editor, although I'm very open to the switch. Thing is, last time I tried Krita, I got the feeling that the edits where a bit too destructive in quality. Have you experienced something similar? Anything I did wrong or any option I should check?
@tagomago Thanks Tagomago!
I use non-destructive workflows for most of what I do in Krita. It definitely has more non-destructive functions than gimp currently does.
The specifics depend on what you're trying to do, e.g. cutting out, transforming, colour correcting etc. But as a general rule look at layer masks like transparency, filter and transform masks.
These apply non-destructive changes directly to layers. Transform masks can get laggy though, but are still very useful.
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