Hyperrealism, Pop-Art, Posters

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Re: Hyperrealism, Pop-Art, Posters

Postby Lugi » Tue Jan 28, 2014 6:11 am

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Re: Hyperrealism, Pop-Art, Posters

Postby Rachel » Tue Jan 28, 2014 8:52 am

Can I ask how you did this one? b20_DAP_X_aliB Wonderful job!
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Re: Hyperrealism, Pop-Art, Posters

Postby Lugi » Tue Jan 28, 2014 3:57 pm

Rachel wrote:Can I ask how you did this one? b20_DAP_X_aliB Wonderful job!



Hi Rachel - I ran X_aliB, went to Final Output and Baked/Resized to 661 X 1080, checked and ran "Art Upscale"...

After that I ran "Orig. Black"s; then I ran "Materials", but I don't rem. the settings !

Thanks Rachel !
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Re: Hyperrealism, Pop-Art, Posters

Postby LigH » Thu Jan 30, 2014 4:08 am

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Desert Flower Safa, 2008 (bogfl1dr)
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Re: Hyperrealism, Pop-Art, Posters

Postby Rachel » Sun Feb 02, 2014 8:42 am

Lugi wrote:
Rachel wrote:Can I ask how you did this one? b20_DAP_X_aliB Wonderful job!



Hi Rachel - I ran X_aliB, went to Final Output and Baked/Resized to 661 X 1080, checked and ran "Art Upscale"...

After that I ran "Orig. Black"s; then I ran "Materials", but I don't rem. the settings !

Thanks Rachel !

Thank you! I can never remember my settings either. I appreciate you sharing the basic flow of your work.
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Re: Hyperrealism, Pop-Art, Posters

Postby LigH » Thu Feb 27, 2014 12:01 pm

An avatar for ... hmmm, Rachel, Mary?

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Re: Hyperrealism, Pop-Art, Posters

Postby Rachel » Sun Mar 02, 2014 5:24 pm

hhahhaa :lol: :lol: Nice!
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Re: Hyperrealism, Pop-Art, Posters

Postby geonet » Sun Mar 02, 2014 11:28 pm

This question may have been already asked before, but is there a tutorial somewhere on how to make faces soft and non-texturized with DAP Bogfl1 ? There must be a way because in my experience faces don't look as good as the images presented here. Do you use masks, use one DAP then switch to another using the same image? How is that all done? An illustrated tutorial about the process would be nice :) As you've noticed I'm a newbie. Thanks.
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Re: Hyperrealism, Pop-Art, Posters

Postby LigH » Mon Mar 03, 2014 4:23 am

The template bogfl1 can be tweaked well using different masks. But I created a variant of it (bogfl1dr) with enabled "dry reveal" pass (the original has it disabled), so I can tweak it even better. A soft face will probably be best made if you apply masks for stronger dry reveal and avoiding detail painting in the face.
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Re: Hyperrealism, Pop-Art, Posters

Postby geonet » Mon Mar 03, 2014 9:56 am

Thanks for your reply LigH! Where can I download bogfl1dr? As for masks I don't have much experience with them but had a look.

So, you mean clicking on Mask - Portrait Smudge Mask and then paint the face with that red? If so, increasing the Reveal Time, will smooth the face even further? Finally, should I leave Protect during Detail Paint, ticked or unticked?

Sorry for so many questions but I'm still learning this program. TIA.
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