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Post Thu Jul 30, 2020 9:11 am

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Never, Ed, never! Verve is part of my heart.
She looks almost like under water, which is quite fascinating. The eyes have that feel without a highlight. Great, great look!
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Post Wed Aug 05, 2020 8:26 am

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I almost missed this one Ed but in spite of your own opinion, I like it. Like taron said it has an underwater look going on. I call it unique c:! c:! :D
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Post Mon Nov 16, 2020 2:16 am

Re: EB Verve Painter

I updated the theater girl portrait on page 13, I tried last version of Verve this time...
and I have to say, it has some advantages over "Verve_painter v0.99v.18a", in a way is more reliable and has a neater brush interaction with the canvas
but its Fluid Smudge dial has kinda less range, in "Verve_painter v0.99v.18a" is possible to create wilder brush strokes by reducing the Fluid Smudge below 50%,
but in the last version of Verve even turning the Fluid Smudge to 0% it's not quite the same, I noticed the difference between both version specially in the hair.
Hope this insight could help somehow.
Congrats again Taron, great app.
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Post Mon Nov 16, 2020 10:15 am

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Thanks, Ed! Yeah, I had to tame Smudge a bit, because of all the rightful complaints about potential black glitches. But I also had added sensitivity to pressure, if it was turned on for opacity. My plan had been to eventually split pressure sensitivity into 3 categories: Size, Opacity and Blending/Smudging. This will come eventually, too. Then you should be back to doing the wilder stuff. BUT I have planned fora lot more things, including brush paint loading and release, meaning a more simulated behavior of brush and paint as well as various dynamic behaviors of bristles, which will likely take the sensation to the next level regarding natural feeling.
On top of all that, everything I'm exploring with Vervette will find some way into Verve, which will be incredibly exciting for me, for sure, and I'm hoping it will like that for everyone. :)

Thanks, again, Ed, you are doing beautiful stuff! Love the portrait for she radiates life through her sadness. Life is what a portrait should be able to convey and you're achieving it! c:!
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