This is our second video excerpt from Erik Moeller’s PassionateVoices.org. In this one, Erik talks to professional artist Devid Revoy, of Toulouse, France. David distributes his art under an open source license, and he uses open source tools (especially Krita) to make it. Here’s a twist for you: if you like David’s webcomic, Pepper & Carrot, you can become a patron, just like Catherine de’ Medici in the 16th century. And, of course, just like the people who looked at art sponsored by Catherine but did not support it financially, you are free to simply enjoy David’s work. To learn more about David, his art, his business model, and the tools he uses to make his art, go to Passionate Voices Episode 2: David Revoy. That’s where you’ll find Erik’s full-length interview with David, along with a transcript of that interview.
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