Krita 4.2 Beginners Tutorial – FREE Photoshop Alternative

FREE Guide: Make great screencasts and rank better on YouTube:

Check out the Best Free Photoshop Alternatives Video:
6 Best FREE Video Editors:

The beginner’s video tutorial will show you how to use Krita 4.2 Krita is a free and open-source raster graphics editor designed primarily for digital painting and animation purposes and you can edit photos with it. Use the timestamps below to go to different parts of the video.

Subscribe to Teacher’s Tech:

Krita Website:
Free Stock Photos:
I use Camtasia 2019 to create my videos:

0:47 Download Krita
1:16 Open Krita and layout and settings
2:00 Create a new document and open document in Krita
4:26 Zoom & pan tools
5:27 Using brushes in Krita
8:23 Fill bucket
8:55 Gradient tool in Krita
10:00 Selection tool in Krita
11:34 Shapes tool
12:01 Move tool and transform tool in Krita
12:57 Understanding layers in Krita
15:00 How to make a Youtube Thumbnail in Krita
20:28 Saving in Krita
21:27 Photo editing in Krita

Here are my FREE Video Editors Playlist:

I use Camtasia to create my video tutorials:
My online teaching tech kit:

DISCLAIMER: This video and description contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links and end up purchasing it, Iโ€™ll receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for your support!

View Original Source Here

25 responses to “Krita 4.2 Beginners Tutorial – FREE Photoshop Alternative”

  1. I was scrolling through what I had search up for creating, I came up across this video & I am so overwhelmed I came across this video! Just thank you so much & I do plan to donate to you guys in the future as well as tell others about you. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. I am asking this while watching so I do not know if you mention it but, are there any good free alternatives to Illustrator? Back in college ('05) I got real familiar with the CS suite and would be excited to hear that there is..

  3. Great video! Who cares how you pronounce something, the quality of the information is really good. This seems much more beginner friendly than Inkscape. I appreciate the pace and level of detail provided. Thank you!

Leave a Reply