That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for GSoC project.

For the last month the main time I took the exams, because of this I did not do much for my project. Nevertheless, I implemented the basic primitives and tested them.

Let me tell you about them.

Wet map.

Water is the main part in watercolors. That’s why I started with this.

Wet map contains 2 types of information: water value and speed vector. If the first parameter is clear, then the second one needs explanations. Speed vector needs for rewetting our splats (take it in mind, I will explain what this later).

All this values Wet map contains in KisPaintDevice:

KisPaintDeviceSP m_wetMap;

As the color space was chosen rgb16:

m_wetMap = new KisPaintDevice(KoColorSpaceRegistry::instance()->rgb16());

And there are information about water value and speed vector in pixel data.

But in this form Paint Device can’t visualize wet map correctly:

So I transorm Paint Device for visualizing wet map correctly (because it will be important for artists, I think). And now it looks like this:

Splat

My implementation is based on a procedural brush. Every brush stamp is a union of dynamic splats. Here you can see the behavior of splats:

Also I tested reweting (when splat go to flowing state from fixed state):

flowing_part_one_adding_water

And as a final test I made splat generator for simulating strokes:

generating_blue_25radius_sin_10secgenerating_red_100radius_sin_1sec

What next?

It’s high time to get splats to work in Krita. So I’m going to finish my plugin, and test splats behavior. But it will be primitive:

  1. Clear canvas for updating splats
  2. No undo/redo
  3. Stupid singleton for splat storage
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