Post your AOPs here.

Discussion about Mediachance DAP
Rachel
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Post by Rachel »

Excited, thanks! :)

f2stop
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Broadsword AOP

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The Broadsword AOP emulates wide, broad brushstrokes. It's quick. Stop the painting when the dry reveal step finishes; the stroke counter will resume, but nothing more will happen to the image. (This was the only way I could come up with to force a dry reveal without allowing any detail brushes to come into play.)
Broadsword_impressionpalette_6mp_1200strokes.jpg
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Download the AOP (3MB): http://www.mediafire.com/file/avfjdaoc1 ... dsword.dpk

f2stop
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Papercut AOP

Post by f2stop »

The papercut AOP builds up an image from a series of virtual pieces of torn paper, sort of like a collage. The pieces get progressively smaller to build up detail -- stop the process at any point that looks good to you. I think this AOP works best on contrasty images with sizable dark areas, like nighttime cityscapes. For more detail in some areas, you could define a detail mask, but that will obscure the chunky texture.
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Papercut_impressionpalette_6mp_8200strokes.jpg
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Download the AOP (3MB): http://www.mediafire.com/file/yimoo7hyi ... percut.dpk

Rachel
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Post by Rachel »

F2stop, thank you for the new Aop's and the hints to make them work well, they are much appreciated. i have just downloaded them and now I am off to give them a try.

LigH
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Post by LigH »

anecessaryevil wrote:And here is the link to the AOP:
http://www.4shared.com/file/6zLLAljL/Crafted-v3.html

It's stored on a free file sharing site that has a rather complicated page. Be sure you only click on the link to download the AOP. It also has a 20 second delay to encourage people to have a pay account. Ignore all that unless you want to play around with it.
Now it seems to require a registration. Not acceptable to me...

The more the FBI hunts illegal uses (like MegaUpload), the more one-click hosters become useless. Get some real webspace, if possible.
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anecessaryevil
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Post by anecessaryevil »

No registration unless they changes since I posted it but I agree that the host is really lame.
However, I doubt that I am going to take the time to locate another host until I have another AOP to release.
If anyone who got it wants to post it on their favorite host site go right ahead.
All photos I use are my photos unless otherwise noted in the post.

LigH
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Post by LigH »

I'd even host it on my own webspace afterwards. But sending megabytes via e.g. email is still not my most preferred way of data exchange... ;)
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jonayres57
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Post by jonayres57 »

You have to sign up to be able to download it.
"Crafted-v3.dpk (7,385 KB)

You should Sign Up or Login to download this file"

Would like to try out this AOP, looks nice, but I do not care to register with some site to be able to do it.
JD

anecessaryevil
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Post by anecessaryevil »

I will see what I can do about it after I finish a photography project I am currently working on. If nothing else I could make it available on my Comcast webspace. I don't think they would complain about it but with Comcast you never know.
All photos I use are my photos unless otherwise noted in the post.

anecessaryevil
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Re: Post your AOPs here.

Post by anecessaryevil »

Try this and see if it works:

http://home.comcast.net/~netgrafx/Crafted-v3.dpk

Comcast has an 8 mb limit so some of my AOPs will not fit. This might just be a temporary solution.

I had to figure out how Comcast lets me make a web page. Unfortunately they make it more complicated than it needs to be.
All photos I use are my photos unless otherwise noted in the post.

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