Post your AOPs here.

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Fluffbutt
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

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Lugi wrote:
Fluffbutt wrote:I'm having a blind (or blonde) moment:

/Can someone tell me where, in the AOP editor, you set the "dry to wet" setting for the AOP default?
:o
It's under :
Palette and paint Mixing !
TOLD you it was a "blonde moment"!! :D :D

petersolano
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

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Lugi wrote:OK, here we go !!!

Here's the image :
file8191270283098.jpg
Dap_Forum_Members_AOP :
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http://wikisend.com/download/102982/_Dap_Forum_AOP.zip

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Thank you for both Lugi, Image and AOP.

petersolano
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

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LadyArtist wrote:
Lugi wrote:Is anyone interested in building a "Dap_Forum_Members_AOP" ?

If so, I will post a image from "morgueFile free photos" and a basic AOP that I've started, and then you can add your ideas, settings, Reactor files, and whatever you can think off to improve on our forum aop...you can then post it to show what you've done with it... we could end up with a lot of nice AOP"s !

I thought this may be a fun project...What do you think ?
Sounds like a cool idea !
Count me in....

lylejk
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

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Lugi wrote:Is anyone interested in building a "Dap_Forum_Members_AOP" ?

If so, I will post a image from "morgueFile free photos" and a basic AOP that I've started, and then you can add your ideas, settings, Reactor files, and whatever you can think off to improve on our forum aop...you can then post it to show what you've done with it... we could end up with a lot of nice AOP"s !

I thought this may be a fun project...What do you think ?
We already have such a thread.

viewtopic.php?f=5&t=106

Fluffbutt
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

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lylejk wrote:
Lugi wrote:Is anyone interested in building a "Dap_Forum_Members_AOP" ?

If so, I will post a image from "morgueFile free photos" and a basic AOP that I've started, and then you can add your ideas, settings, Reactor files, and whatever you can think off to improve on our forum aop...you can then post it to show what you've done with it... we could end up with a lot of nice AOP"s !

I thought this may be a fun project...What do you think ?
We already have such a thread.

viewtopic.php?f=5&t=106
Not quite - that one was all about the pictures - this one is all about posting a new AOP style with each picture.

Edit the AOP, the picture is just an illustration of what it does..

lylejk
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

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I usually do an example of the AOP output when I post a new AOP. Noticed that others do not for whatever reason. I suppose there would be a need to do so, but still seems duplicative to me Fluffbutt. :)

Fluffbutt
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

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lylejk wrote:I usually do an example of the AOP output when I post a new AOP. Noticed that others do not for whatever reason. I suppose there would be a need to do so, but still seems duplicative to me Fluffbutt. :)
Yes - i noticed you do post your AOPs (thanks).

This is similar but slightly different - the game is not to make a spanky shiny brand new style; the game afoot is to use either the starting style posted or one of the "extrapolation styles" from that original and create a new thing.

In plants - it's the difference between creating a new rose (from nothing) and crossing two existing roses and crating something else.

It should end up like this:

Original - new 1 - new 2 - new 3
-----------|
------------New 1A - New 2A
------------------------|
-------------------------New 2AA

And we all get SIX new styles to play with!

strimonec
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Post by strimonec »

Here is my new AOP AOP_StrimLipo, a semi harsh brushes,
I hope you like it
http://www.wutz.at/templates/StrimLipo.zip
And examples too...
Silver spoon  DAP__StrimLipo.jpg
Silver spoon DAP__StrimLipo.jpg (957.97 KiB) Viewed 4742 times
Thirsty sunflowers... DAP__StrimLipo.jpg
Thirsty sunflowers... DAP__StrimLipo.jpg (1.25 MiB) Viewed 4742 times
Who wants a cup of coffee... DAP_StrimLipo.jpg
Who wants a cup of coffee... DAP_StrimLipo.jpg (1.33 MiB) Viewed 4742 times
http://www.wutz.at/templates/StrimLipo.zip
ImageI have never painted a picture that I intended to, they're always better or worse.

. . . . . . . .. . . .https://www.flickr.com/photos/strimonec / https://www.deviantart.com/strimonec

Fluffbutt
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Post by Fluffbutt »

A new one from me - still playing with watercolours.
I like watercolours but also want a few little details to define the image and stop it looking too much like "just another computer generated image".

This one sort-of works; I;m not 100% happy with some of the odd strokes, but what can you do, huh?

http://wikisend.com/download/391114/Rou ... 0Randy.dpk

And it does this:

Image

lylejk
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Post by lylejk »

Christmas

Used images from this thread to create this AOP. Hope you all like. :)


Image

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