Yesterday’s post covered a tremendous amount of material devoted to building path start regionization photo mosaic effects based on movie source brushes. Today’s post will just focus on the issue of movie frame index modulation on algorithms for recolorizing movie source brush frame images.
Please Note there are several video tutorials on Mosaics here
The first gallery image below shows a photo mosaic image generated using a graffiti movie source brush with RGB Mapping 1D frame index modulation. So the frame colors you see are the actual original movie frames, trying to do the best job they can to reproduce a sunflower image. The second gallery image shows the same photo mosaic built with the same individual movie frames, but using the Image Processing Paint Brush Load functionality of the paint synthesizer to recolorize the individual movie frames to better reproduce the sunflower source image local coloring.
The particular paint synthesizer programing approach we are taking to building photo mosaic images is much simpler in the examples we will be looking at today (as compared to yesterday’s post). The gallery below shows the control panel settings we will be using for the photo mosaic images generated in this post.