Post your Object based Art

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Re: Post your Object based Art

Postby lylejk » Sun Jan 29, 2012 6:15 pm

Someone shared this image ( http://www.sxc.hu/photo/941938) at another forum and I kept it since it was so nutty looking. Thought why not make the dude out of nuts. lol

Just as a side note, you don't have to switch back from high edge to low edge; just stop, unclick the clear layer option on start, and run. It fills what the original pass didn't. I guess this is a happy feature that I hope Oscar keeps. :)

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Plushies for the ladies.

Postby lylejk » Sun Feb 05, 2012 1:24 am

Still have better things in store as promised, but for now, I hope to give you ladies some teddy bear hugs. I'll post the AOP on the AOP thread soon. Now I had to heavy process the result to add dimension and first, I'm still not happy with the result and second, way too convoluted to explain. Again, if Oscar would both give transparent canvas and control direction drop shadow/depth for each object (no matter the orientation of the object, the drop shadow for all objects would be in the same direction), it would yield much better results, but I do like to complain. lol

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Click here for the AOP. :)

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Re: Post your Object based Art

Postby lylejk » Sun Feb 05, 2012 3:46 am

And one more since I can't help myself. lol

ref: http://www.fontplay.com/freephotos/sixt ... 06-001.jpg

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Re: Post your Object based Art

Postby lylejk » Wed Feb 08, 2012 1:17 pm

Updated AOP to add built in drop shadow (got tired of faking it in GIMP; see the thread link for the AOP that I posted earlier for this preset). Still not the ideal way to do so; a built in drop shadow while the object is placed (have all the shadow direction and lengths the same of course) would be more ideal (hint hint Oscar) but I guess a simple drop shadow is better then nothing at all.

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Teddies for the Ladies.

Postby lylejk » Fri Feb 10, 2012 5:30 pm

According to the various Vermont Teddy Bear commercials, the ladies like Teddy Bears, so figure I would oblinge. lol

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Re: Teddies for the Ladies.

Postby razzycat » Fri Feb 10, 2012 7:50 pm

[quote="lylejk"]According to the various Vermont Teddy Bear commercials, the ladies like Teddy Bears, so figure I would oblinge. lol

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Now that is cute.....I like!!

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Re: Post your Object based Art

Postby mhwarner » Fri Feb 10, 2012 9:58 pm

Teddies for the Ladies.

Lyle, I was expecting sexy lingerie. :lol:
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Re: Post your Object based Art

Postby lylejk » Fri Feb 10, 2012 11:10 pm

lol; for whatever reason J. Edgar Hoover comes to mind with your comment Mary. Glad you like the result too Sharon. :)
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Re: Post your Object based Art

Postby lylejk » Sat Feb 11, 2012 4:55 pm

OK; something more substantial then teddies for the ladies. Indeed diamonds are a girls best friend. Rubies and other gems are well liked by them too (just an assumption of course). ;)

I had promised something special over a week ago for that day, but I haved to do an overnight contract job and I might be taxed and might not do this so doing it now. Again, an early Valentine's gift. Click here for the AOP. :)

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Mardi Gras parade this weekend.

Postby lylejk » Wed Feb 15, 2012 8:26 am

I will be playing my clarinet on a float; hope it won't be cold. Took my pearls AOP out and did some creative additional manipulations in GIMP to create the beads transformation. :)

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