Attention all digital artists!

Krita, an actual FREE digital art program, recently released an Alpha 3.0 version that features tools for creating “hand-drawn animations”.

If you’re looking for an art program with more advanced tools than Paint Tool Sai but don’t want to cough up the cash, then Krita is your program. (However donations to support the people making the program are very much appreciated!)

I understand that when you first download it, the layout and tools can be a little intimidating, but don’t worry. The program comes with a manual and there are tutorials on Youtube that can help you understand the basics.

Even if you don’t want to download this program or donate, please reblog to help spread the word and tag people you think might enjoy this.

Edit: Also, there are different brush packs you can download here. And if you don’t like this program there is also MediBang Paint.

Also, the 3.0 version is out now.

All I want for episode 8 is for Leia to grab her lightsaber, bust into the First Order’s new place, single-handedly hand every last one of the Imps their asses while dragging Ben out by his ear all the while lecturing him about how the Force actually works and his attitude.


“Characters on mockumentary shows look at the camera for different reasons.

For Michael Scott from The Office, for example, it would be because he’d just done something humiliating and then suddenly remember that there were cameras there. His looks were often conveying ‘uh-oh’.

Ben Wyatt, like Jim Halpert from The Office, often looks to camera as a plea like ‘can you believe what i have to deal with’.

Andy Dwyer looks to camera like it’s his best friend and he wants to share how awesome something is.“

- Michael Schur in Amy Poehlers ‘Yes Please’

If the drag me down music video doesn’t involve some sweaty, dirty 1d walkin around aggressively in that Texas heat with some cut off shorts then they have failed us miserably