The following 3 images are 3 different photo mosaic images created from the same source image. They all were made with the same PASeq. The only difference is that the approach taken to coloring the individual movie source brush images used to fill the individual regions is different. We’ll explore how this particular effect was constructed below, and gain some insight into different approaches you can use to re-colorize movie brush frame images on the fly as they are painting a canvas to more closely match the associated local source area coloring they are trying to reproduce
Please note there are several videos on photo mosaics here
PLEASE NOTE IN STUDIO ARTIST 5 YOU CAN USE A FOLDER OF IMAGES NOW. YOU DO NOT NEED TO CONVERT TO A MOVIE
The same paint action sequence (PASeq) shown below was used to generate the 3 images above. The only difference was that a few individual editable parameters associated with the AutoPaint action step were modified for the 3 different images. These parameters will be explained below, and have to do with automatic re-colorizing the movie source brush frame images as they are being drawn so that they better reproduce the individual local coloring associated with the source image.