A stylized painting of Pepper and Carrot, 2 characters by David Revoy, over a blue background

Make Cel Shaded 2d Characters With Krita

This tutorial series will show you how to create your own game characters from scratch. It is based on the webcomic Pepper and Carrot by David Revoy.

What you will learn

  1. How to create game characters with a cartoon shaded art style
  2. Lighting and shading tricks with Krita

This is a short, yet a rich series. It comes with 14 video tutorials, plus a fully commented art time-lapse.

Pre-requisites

  1. If you have never used Krita before or don’t feel comfortable with it, check out my 6 hours long free Krita course.
  2. The pace of the course is like the tutorials you will find on the GDquest channel, you can check them out first and see if they work for you before you buy.
3 stylized characters used to teach lighting fundamentals

Learn lighting and shading tricks with Krita

30 days moneyback

You’re interested in the course, but what if you buy and you don’t like it? No worries, it comes with a 30 days money back warranty. Just drop me a message, and you’ll get a refund: no questions asked.

The course is available on Gumroad. Click the button below to access it. If you pre-order it, use the code «early» and get 20% off!

Pepper and Carrot

Pepper and Carrot is a free webcomic by David Revoy. It is released under the CC-By 4.0 licence. It is set in a vibrant world, and we can thank the author(s) for making it available to us. It’s very common for game artists to work on an existing IP or following a certain art direction. The fact that this comic is free, as in free speech, allows us to do just that with this Krita course!

3 stylized characters used to teach lighting fundamentals
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Nathan Lovato

I'm a courteous game designer, with a taste for open source. I'll share all I know.