The following 2 images show off using a movie background texture to add visual complexity to a conventional simple rectangular gradient computation source brush. We’ll take a look under the hood of the paint synthesizer preset used to generate the above images in today’s post.
The following two images above were generated with a feature in the Studio Artist paint synthesizer, called the Stretch2 Brush Type. The Stretch2 Brush Type lets you stretch warp an image or movie brush onto the complete paint path when painting. So think of the image as being like a rubber sheet that stretches, twists,…Details
Studio Artist allows for some amazing effects that involve processing multiple video frames using the temporal image operation effects. You can smear time, generate slit scan effects, create panorama images, and much much more.
We’re returning to the MSG effect we discussed 2 days ago, which generates a Hilbert space filling curve adaptive halftone effect with built in colorization. The MSG effect itself generates raster image output. In today’s post we will show how you can convert this effect into one that generates vector output, which allows for resolution…Details
Today’s post continues the thread we’ve been following for the last 2 days. This post will show a modification of yesterday’s MSG processing effect with the space filling curve part removed. So the effect is purely based on an adaptive halftone screen generated from the source image edge map and some additional chamfer distance map…Details