There’s a cool feature buried in the paint synthesizer that lets you paint individual words from a textural passage into paint regions. So each painted region has only one word painted in it’s interior. This feature is a part of the Region Fill as Brush pen mode. There are lots of different ways to paint…
The following image shows a simple Pantograph effect generated using the paint synthesizer. The details of how this effect was put together is interesting, so we’ll explore it’s underpinnings in more depth in this post.
Yesterday we discussed how you can use Region Draw Pen Mode to automatically generate different hatching patterns to fill in interactively drawn regions. Today we’ll show how you can use the Region Draw Pen Mode hatching patterns to fill paint regions generated by path start regionization.
Today we’ll take a quick look at Region Draw Pen Mode. You can use Region Draw Pen Mode to automatically generate different different hatching patterns that fill an interactively specified ellipse or rectangular area of the canvas. A few of the different hatching pattern options are shown above.
Today’s post talks about how to work with the Local Color Range controls in the paint synthesizer’s Path End control panel to tighten up a paint preset for better reproduction of source image details.