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Re: With verve into the light

PostPosted: Sat Oct 20, 2018 6:28 pm
by Taron
So...you're saying I should make an IPad version?! :D

Re: With verve into the light

PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2018 12:28 am
by Knacki
Taron wrote:So...you're saying I should make an IPad version?! :D


That would make sense.
Is the "cheapest electronic art tool one can get.
New ipad 2018 supports the apple pencil, so not necessarily an ipad pro is requested.
I love that shit, 9,7" 450 gramm full fun everywhere.

But today I took time to get back to my old love verve. I don't know, but probably Eduardo is right. Smudge doesn't feel the same anymore in a negative way. It's feels sticky what forced me to use average instead most of the time.
Also fluids were reacting very strange. I guess there is some shit going on on my computer, can't be all the changes taron made.

But finally I got this study.

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Re: With verve into the light

PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2018 7:58 am
by Taron
Ugh, sinister, but GREAT! c:!
Well, I did make some major changes to both fluids and smudge. Fluids have different drying behavior, which now is far more controllable than before, though, I'm not too happy about what happens when they dry completely.
Smudge has a temporarily fixed pressure (on opacity) behavior, which has pressure control softness by a 50% range from the dialed up fluid smudge value. Since this is a reverse value, full pressure is the dialed up amount and least pressure goes to 50% above that to be softer then. I adjusted it to act in that 50% way to accommodate Ed's complaint, so... if you have pressure on opacity on and you want more of the "old feel", dial fluid smudge down to 0-10%. ALSO, all this only acts that way with fluidity 0-50%. Everything above 50% acts as before.

If you want fluid drying to act more like earlier, you have to set the drying speed very, very low. Also, the other change I did actually for you, which was to lessen the problem of color to background behavior. Another thing is that when you smudge wet paint into dry paint, the dry paint will get wetter, while if you smudge dry into wet, the wetness will maintain dominance, which feels a lot more natural.
Later on I will try to make as much of it customizable as possible, because every behavior has its advantages and drawbacks. There will be an "expert mode" for sure! :ugeek:

Re: With verve into the light

PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2018 5:19 pm
by Knacki
One typical verve "happy accident"

Re: With verve into the light

PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2018 6:11 pm
by Taron
Certainly one that makes me happy! :ob :hug:

Re: With verve into the light

PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2018 9:06 pm
by Knacki
Taron wrote:Certainly one that makes me happy! :ob :hug:

Ahh - well. So I overworked it.

Re: With verve into the light

PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2018 12:29 pm
by Knacki
Participating in Inktober - at least some days. "Chop" is the theme.

Don't chop down the magic treeman!

Re: With verve into the light

PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2018 1:11 pm
by Taron
Wohaa, that's awesome, Knacki! We were just watching a clip about "Fliegenpilze" and under what kind of trees they grow (Birch and Oaks) and I thought we had some oak trees here for sure... then I came here to find THIS! Hahaha! Fantastic! :ob
(Also: Thank you very much, I appreciate it a lot :hug: !)

Re: With verve into the light

PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2018 5:12 pm
by Pilou
Polution makes trees cry! c:!

Re: With verve into the light

PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2018 11:15 pm
by Knacki
Inktober 25 "prickly"

I tried to simulate smoked covered paper wich is scratched to white again.
In fact, I erased all lines.