Post your AOPs here.

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karateman
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

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anecessaryevil wrote:I just posted my Frankly AOP in the DAP Cafe.
You can see what it does by looking at some of the latest Members' Paintings.
I've had a go at this one anecessaryevil and I've got to say it's gone to the top of my favourits list.
Thanks for such a wonderful AOP. :D

anecessaryevil
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

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Rachel wrote:That was quick! Thank you, I'm off to download it now!
I broke my Kindle on Friday evening and when I called Amazon they said they could not get the replacement to me until Monday so I had a couple extra hours on Sunday. Seemed like a good way to use them.
There are a couple I said I would get up more than a month ago and I still haven't. Sigh...
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Rocambole
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

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anecessaryevil wrote:I just posted my Frankly AOP in the DAP Cafe.
You can see what it does by looking at some of the latest Members' Paintings.
I like most of your AOPs and have used Rough Sketch! a lot. But what I don't like so much is the awkward way you distribute them.

To use for example your newest AOP I have to do the following operations:
1) Download Frankly-AOPHelp.zip
2) Unzip it to get Frankly-AOP.zip and Frankly-help.zip
3) Unzip Frankly-AOP.zip to Program Files\DAPainter\objectpacks
4) Unzip Frankly-help.zip to Program Files\DAPainter\Help

The way I prefer:
1) Download Landscape2.zip
2) Unzip it to Program Files\DAPainter

This zip contains one folder named objectpacks and another named Help. The files inside them go right to where they belong when you unzip it to DAPainter because DAPainter has subfolders with the same names as those in the zip.

I may seem pedantic but I like to have things as quick and simple as possible.
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anecessaryevil
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

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Rocambole wrote: The way I prefer:
1) Download Landscape2.zip
2) Unzip it to Program Files\DAPainter

This zip contains one folder named objectpacks and another named Help. The files inside them go right to where they belong when you inzip it to DAPainter because DAPainter has subfolders with the same names as those in the zip.

I may seem pedantic but I like to have things as quick and simple as possible.
I have been packaging them the way I do for a couple reasons, all based on the way I do things.
1-I keep all files for an AOP in the same directory when I am creating it. Thus when I have one part done I package it and then finish the other part.
2-I have three different installations of DAP on my machine. The first is for DAP with the original AOPs and the ones I download. The second is for my AOPs only. The third has no AOPs but the one that I have just downloaded so I can easily try it out and decide if I want to add it to the original installation.
But since you have mentioned it I suppose it would make more sense for me to package them for ease of use by other people since the reason for posting them is to share them.
I will try to remember to do this the next time around, perhaps with the two Not Dali AOPs.
All photos I use are my photos unless otherwise noted in the post.

lylejk
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

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anecessaryevil wrote:I just posted my Frankly AOP in the DAP Cafe.
You can see what it does by looking at some of the latest Members' Paintings.
You're a very prolific AOP author Dale and I do appreciate all your results. Thanks again for this one. :)

Rachel
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Post by Rachel »

I don't have any AOPs to post. How about you? I'll bet there is something you would like to share..... :D :D

mjb_nj
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Post by mjb_nj »

anecessaryevil wrote:I just posted my Frankly AOP in the DAP Cafe.
You can see what it does by looking at some of the latest Members' Paintings.
Great job on this one. It's gone to the top of my favorites list. I use AOPs to get me part of the way where I want to go with paintings and then I take over with the digital brush, and I've found your frankly AOP to be most useful.

PS. Distribute your AOPs any way you like and let us deal with the unzip and install. It's not your job to cater to other people's psychological needs. Just keep making good ones!

anecessaryevil
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

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mjb_nj wrote:Great job on this one. It's gone to the top of my favorites list. I use AOPs to get me part of the way where I want to go with paintings and then I take over with the digital brush, and I've found your frankly AOP to be most useful.

PS. Distribute your AOPs any way you like and let us deal with the unzip and install. It's not your job to cater to other people's psychological needs. Just keep making good ones!
Thanks for your kind comment. I like it when someone can find one of my AOPs helpful.
I have to admit that I have not been getting my other AOPs ready for posting because I have been playing with Mandelbulb 3D and with my new Android tablet.
Pretty soon though.
All photos I use are my photos unless otherwise noted in the post.

thecrew
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Post by thecrew »

Check out my AOP!

--- Nicolas Curly Painter ---

You can Download the Set here (6 MB):
http://www.fileserve.com/file/4zty9U3

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A few samples:


Original:
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Curly Painter 5000 Strokes:
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Curly Painter 5000 Strokes:
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Curly Painter 5000 Strokes:
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BW Version and wet.

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Curly Painter 3000 Strokes:
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Greets

Nico.
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Rachel
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Post by Rachel »

A quick try with the newest AOP. I like it. Thank you for sharing!
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