Today’s paint effect simulates a black and white woodcut effect. It uses the Path End Visual Error features discussed in yesterday’s post to intelligently build up black paint strokes on a white canvas background.
The Studio Artist paint synthesizer is capable of some really nice smart sketch paint effects. However, sometimes you need to fine tune the editable parameters associated with the intelligent sketch behavior to get the best rendition of your particular source image. Today’s post will take a look at how to fine tune a sketch effect.
Yesterday we showed how to build a float sum area MSG preset that generates a resolution independent color source edge abstraction effect. Today we’ll show how to colorize yesterdays’s flat color edge effect. We’ll also add some symmetry translation warping to the colorized edge abstraction to create the finished effect shown above.
Yesterday we shows how to use a spatially modulated MSG float sum area blur effect to process a source photo to fake a miniature view. Today we’ll take a look at a different float sum area filtering effect that generates a resolution independent color source edge abstraction.
Blurring parts of a photo simulates the shallow depth of field normally encountered in close up photography. You can take a normal photo and convert it into a faked miniature photo by subjecting it to this kind of processing. Today’s post will show how to build a MSG preset effect that generates a faked miniature…Details