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Post Tue Dec 04, 2018 4:24 am

Re: Abstract paintings

Yet another variation
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Post Tue Dec 04, 2018 4:26 am

Re: Abstract paintings

Tartan wrote:I almost missed these last Rob. I really like the bold color style and your brush experiments. You are following a good road :beer:

I just posted some more to show the variations you can do with the custom brush.
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Post Tue Dec 04, 2018 9:04 pm

Re: Abstract paintings

Nice continuation of your latest series. c:! There is such a bright neonish effect here. Very inspiring :beer:
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Post Tue Dec 04, 2018 9:21 pm

Re: Abstract paintings

Tartan wrote:Nice continuation of your latest series. c:! There is such a bright neonish effect here. Very inspiring :beer:

Yes I tend to like vibrant pure tones. I don't like muddy colors. 8-)

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Post Tue Dec 04, 2018 9:24 pm

Re: Abstract paintings

Tartan wrote:Nice continuation of your latest series. c:! There is such a bright neonish effect here. Very inspiring :beer:

If you are interested I have posted many more of these works on Instragram. You do not need to join just click the link
https://www.instagram.com/robinroy1/
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Post Wed Dec 05, 2018 11:59 am

Re: Abstract paintings

You are a very effective gardener growing candies for your audition.
Your work is outstanding from all I've seen so far done with verve. Vervy interesting! :rock: :rock:
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Post Wed Dec 05, 2018 2:32 pm

Re: Abstract paintings

What Instagram gallery ! c:!

All is Verve painting ?
Is beautiful that please without concept!
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Post Wed Dec 05, 2018 2:40 pm

Re: Abstract paintings

Knacki wrote:You are a very effective gardener growing candies for your audition.
Your work is outstanding from all I've seen so far done with verve. Vervy interesting! :rock: :rock:

Thanks I am addicted to Tarons wonderful software. I use it every day. What I love most about Verve is how it can surprise you. I think it's software only a Artist could have created. :bow: A software programmer and a Artist what a combo!!. I love the custom brushes I must have about 500 by now. A KILLER feature would be if they supported transparency. I read yesterday I think from yourself that you can export a layer with transparency alpha channel but of course it is static and can't be used within Verve as a brush. I have a work around by altering the transparency on the layer I am using the brush, but often it just fades the brush. Sometimes certian brushes have pretty neat effects though. I notice when you adjust transparency the darker hues become transparent first leaving just the lighter hues which makes for interesting effects.
I just posted a new image using some of the custom brushes I have created.
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Post Wed Dec 05, 2018 2:50 pm

Re: Abstract paintings

Pilou wrote:What Instagram gallery ! c:!

All is Verve painting ?

Yes all done in Verve some of the earler things were done in Artrage. I did use some of the early images by importing them into Verve and making custom brushes out of them. One thing I like to do is just mess around in Verve not to try to make something just play with it. Sometimes I will see something I like even through the rest of the image is crap. I export a image bring it back into Verve and make a custom brush of the bit I liked. Then I paint with that. Sometimes what I paint with that brush creates something even more interesting. So I repeat the process and make a brush out of that!
I call it painting with a painting. c:!
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Post Wed Dec 05, 2018 4:52 pm

Re: Abstract paintings

RobinRoy wrote:A KILLER feature would be if they supported transparency. I read yesterday I think from yourself that you can export a layer with transparency alpha channel but of course it is static and can't be used within Verve as a brush.



Here must be a misunderstanding.
Brushes support transparency if is transparency is there. And you can import png with transparency- alpha as well.
The difference between other progs is, that b&w pictures are not automaticly mapped to transparency for white or black. Is it that what you mean?

SHIFT+S to save active layer as png with alpha btw.
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