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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Postby lylejk » Tue Feb 28, 2012 12:21 am

The results of your new AOP look good Dale. I finally did come to the conclusion that my cable modem went flacky. Allows me to browse but not upload (believe browsing uses a different socket then uploading) and somehow that part of my cablemodem that controls uploading is hosed so I can't show you a screenshot until this issue is resolved, but looks like you didn't need one anyway. lol

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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Postby anecessaryevil » Tue Feb 28, 2012 12:36 am

Thanks, Lyle.
I can't wait to see what you do with it.
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Postby lylejk » Tue Feb 28, 2012 3:13 pm

Preset looks good Dale; have to tell you that I didn't care much for your host site though. May want to check into Ubuntu-One; it's free and doesn't require linux despite it's name. Also give's you direct linking which is cool. :)

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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Postby anecessaryevil » Tue Feb 28, 2012 3:51 pm

Thanks, Lyle.
I will check out the hosting you mention.
I was not happy with what I used either but my day was busy and that was what I found quickly.
If I like your site I'll use it and put the AOP up there.
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Postby lylejk » Tue Feb 28, 2012 5:24 pm

Ubuntu One works pretty much like drop box. I did install the sinc installer but it's not necessary since you can also upload via browser which is cool. I think drop box also gives you free storage, but I've not tried it yet. :)
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AOP "Primitive"

Postby f2stop » Tue Feb 28, 2012 6:24 pm

This is named "Primitive" partly because it is my first primitive attempt at creating an AOP and partly because it uses brushes modeled after ancient rock art. If you stop it soon after the transition from underpainting to detail brushes, some of the figures remain. The detail brushes will eventually obscure most or all of the figures, resulting in a smoother result. Like I said, it's my first try, so don't expect much. I borrowed Rocambole's Rainbow palette (thanks!) and added some texture to the jpg to give it a different feel.

Starting with a photo of dandelions in a cherry orchard, this 2.5MB file was stopped at 1200 brushstrokes. You can see small figures in among the yellow blossoms.
Orchard_Stroke1200_Primitive3.jpg
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This version was allowed to run to 12,000 brushstrokes. Virtually all the figures are gone at this point.
Orchard_Stroke12000_Primitive3.jpg
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Download at:
http://www.mediafire.com/file/9j3jrkknpcyx7o4/Primitive.dpk

Let me know if you have suggestions for improvement.
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Postby anecessaryevil » Tue Feb 28, 2012 6:33 pm

Very interesting. I like the rather odd AOPs it's possible to make.
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Postby mhwarner » Sun Mar 04, 2012 12:55 pm

Here are links to most of Kai's watercolor AOPs (not sure if I found them all):

Kai's Watercolor: http://www.mediafire.com/?lvrlid339yb6h9q
Kai's Watercolor3 http://www.mediafire.com/?e35o7jbd3kss6gz
Kai's Brush 80: http://www.mediafire.com/?r3gy1fqr3eiiegu
Kai's Brush63: http://www.mediafire.com/?zp3wva60zzvglo1
Kai's Brush 62: http://www.mediafire.com/?5vlbsvdck34usbq
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Easter Eggs.

Postby lylejk » Sun Mar 04, 2012 11:33 pm

I know plain colored, but still, I hope you find some fun with this one. Got the eggs from here. :)

edit (3/5/2012 @ 11:53am):
Updated AOP to include decorated eggs.

edit (3/6/2012 @ 12:10pm):
Improved drop shadow and added a little texture to the shell; almost good enough not to do additional tweaks (I said almost; lol).

edit (3/6/2012 @ 3:34pm):
Added better dimensionality to the eggs; pretty much now no additional processing is needed for the eggs, but if you want Easter Grass or other backgrounds, and, you still like to tweak like I do, then of course, open GIMP (at least that's the editor I would use) and commence to tweaking. :)

edit (3/6/2012 @ 9:44pm):
I know; I know. The embedded drop shadows were just too harsh, so I backed off on them. :)

edit (3/6/2012 @10:09pm):
forgot to re-dimension the eggs; corrected. :)

edit (3//2012 @ 8:08am):
With less tired eyes, I tweaked a few of the eggs. Still not 100% happy with them, but I hope I'm now done with this one. lol
:)

http://ubuntuone.com/3j9wVe2HbOryHRaLjkhHu8

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New AOP: Elko (with several palette variations)

Postby f2stop » Mon Mar 19, 2012 1:07 am

Introducing the humble Elko AOP. Several wildly varied palettes, some with embedded textures, give very different results from the same image.The included default palette yields a fairly normal painting:

Elko-default-6MP-8000strokes.jpg
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The watercolor palette is softer:

Elko-watercolor-8000strokes.jpg
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The Freaky Tan palette produces an unusual result:

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The Bad Dream palette skews colors:

Elko-baddream-6MP-8000strokes.jpg
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Several more variations are included: Grungy, Messy, Chunky, Sore Eyes, Bright and Nightmare.

Get the 12MB download (lots of palettes means a big file) here: http://www.mediafire.com/file/b7tcmm7cvezl86x/Elko.dpk
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