Brush Settings & Configurations


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Post Sun Feb 12, 2017 12:51 am

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* add folder and file >PAPERS>ADD ALFA
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Post Sun Feb 12, 2017 9:16 am

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You are racking up a wild collection, pud! :ob
I just wonder how much you realize that this is your unique magical artistry?! c:!
...I'm sure, I've mentioned something like that at least once before, but it just keeps popping into my mind, when I watch these!

The biggest problem I see with all of this, is that my fixing the glossiness weirdness will likely destroy the technique. I must either make it an option, or find some more elegant implementation of this "bug". Just now I've written a small fix for it, allowing negative glossiness to act nicely, without ugly artifacts, but it then really is negative highlights rather than broken colors. You can still get nice and interesting results, but not like that. :shrug:

We shall see! :ugeek:
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Post Wed Feb 22, 2017 11:09 pm

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Hi Pudjakjuzto!

Your videos and images are very inspirational for me. Amazing! I'm not a veteran user ( I've just started to learn this amazing software), but I would like to get those result like in your videos and images.
I especially curious about :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRTXmrxwV4I
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G3TpvVxUapQ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eunsmhwf3iA

How do you do that magic things?:) Would you share your secret with us?:D

Btw, my new desktop background is this image. And I really want to know how did you do that. It's look almost like real painting.

Anyway. Thank you for your works, and thank you Taron for your software. I really hope you will develope it!

I will share some works soon, after my learning period.
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Post Sat Mar 11, 2017 7:15 pm

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* add staff/file > FOR Slyanim

and happy painting for all

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Post Sat Mar 11, 2017 10:10 pm

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* moving folders where they should be > Borhani59's sketchbook

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Post Sat Mar 18, 2017 10:18 pm

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* So, I have three layers and a lot of fun :)
I have new theory of mixing colours.
First, i'm painting on the middle one, then when i'm going on the top one or the bottom one - they're mixing totally different. Sometimes they're "stealing" colours from another layer.
I don't know how to explain this.


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Post Sat Mar 18, 2017 10:31 pm

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Ehehehe...with the massive swatch list I almost didn't recognize Verve, hehe! :D
Well, it's easy to explain what is happening for you there, but the reason for why it has to be that way is not as easy, maybe:
- When you choose a color, all pixels with an alpha value below a certain threshold on the layer will get filled with that color, not changing the alpha value. However, when fluids smear across pixels that had just enough alpha not to be flushed with the new color, they will smear what ever old color was still on them. It's a weird thing, but it's a compromise I went for in order to make things act as fast as they do.
NORMALLY one would not really paint on the layer during painting, but on a temporary extra layer. If I did that with Verve, I would have to apply fluids to both layers and then do the even harder process of mixing existing colors with the temporary new layer and so on... a big, slow pain to deal with.
Anyway, with how I have solved it, there are some fun side effects one can actually exploit nicely, too! 8-)
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