Members Paintings (General)

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strimonec
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Comeback after few years...

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Peter-GZ
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strimonec wrote:...
Comeback after few years...
Welcome for Comeback, :)
All my edited photos are photographs by me.

LadyArtist
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strimonec wrote:...

Comeback after few years...

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strimonec
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Peter-GZ wrote:
strimonec wrote:...
Comeback after few years...
Welcome for Comeback, :)
Thank you Peter-GZ and LadyArtist
ImageI have never painted a picture that I intended to, they're always better or worse.

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smmsamm
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strimonec wrote:
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Welcome again,
After years, Please say your tips and tricks

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smmsamm wrote:
strimonec wrote:
Elder One....jpg
Welcome again,
After years, Please say your tips and tricks

Thank you smmsamm!
I'm using variation of AOP DAP LIPO that I created before few years and few other softwares that I use before and after processing with DAP

about tips and tricks...
First I will repost my old post from 18 dec 2015
strimonec wrote:
smmsamm wrote:
strimonec wrote:
Friz4 DAP_LIPO.jpg
dear strimonec I like some of your works but never I could regenerate just like yours.
please teach step by step as a tutorial for LIPO AOP.
thanks
Now I'll be honest with all of you. I had a very bad experience with a member of this forum (Some of you already know about this incident because I told them).
I communicate with several people on this board and I share with them almost everything worked in the beta phase, asking them for advice, opinions and critique...
To one of them I was sent an AOP which was the predecessor of one of the existing AOP's what I use and I told him that I had already sold 4 Prints on site:
-saatchi art- where my pictures then (48 was offered for sale, made on the basis of my own photos, not borrowed from the Internet) were offered as prints of paintings allegedly "already sold" so I just offered as prints (I have not lied that I sell original work).
But something happened ...
This "dear friend" from the forum reported that my works are not original. He told them that my paintings are fake and I processed them with DAP, and also sent to them as evidence my beta AOP and the link to my profile, here on the MMB forum...
Now I am cast out of that site , explaining that they only sell genuine works by painters (although they sold prints too)...

I was ready to write a great tutorial with many explanations and images for my last AOP - DAP_LIPO (in which I invested a lot of effort and many sleepless days), but after this incident I did not write a tutorial. So I'll give you my AOP DAP_LIPO (with 48 presets) republished, for those who have not previously downloaded, and also I will soon publish an AOP that I no longer use in the production of images that I do for sales on other sites, I will give you an older version. Аnd I will give you a few tips on how to prepare images before processing with DAP. I use different software (fotoskecher is one of them, Photoshop actions, photoshop plugins, a very old software - Virtual painter, Gertrudis pro, Microsoft PhotoDraw, DreamSuite Ultimate, PostworkShop ...). Some images sometimes it is good to rotate 180 degrees, processed them with DAP, uncheck -Clear Canvas on Start - , again rotate 180 degrees and processed again with DAP. So some are filled differently than usual (this is good for my presets - LIPO Academic, Baza Cetka, Expresive, Sariel...). You can also, when you use my big AOP LIPO with 48 presets, check Non-Stop and in the middle of painting, pause and switch the preset (palette) with another one, that will change the brushes, and you can do that many times with different presets and get very interesting efects...( you can start with Baza). Play and experiment with brush sizes, brush numbers, apply different canvas, use layers for different results. You can enter an already ready image as a layer here in DAP or export finished layers in Photoshop where you can reworked your image...
You can use another softwares too - Corel Painter, Real-Draw, OpenCanvas, ArtRage, Autodesk SketchBook, MyPaint, Krita ...

here is another post from few years earlier with some informations too...
strimonec wrote:
rgalka wrote:@strimonec

Totally understand.. perhaps if you are up to it... instead of a tutorial on "using" your AOPs... a detailed tutorial on creating our own AOPs would be welcomed, but start gently... ;O) and assume nothing about our AOP knowledge.

Thank your for all you do.. it is really appreciated. Happy Holidays ;O)

bob

One of the prominent members of this forum, Mary Warner, which contributed to the development of this forum, made directions for creating AOP, which I found searching the Internet, instead of writing new, I will publish these instructions.
I hope that Mary Warner has nothing against republish it.
At the same time I want to take this opportunity to thank Mary Warner for this guide!

Compilation of Tutorials and Tips on Making DAP Templates (AOP) by Mary Warner
https://www.mediafire.com/?jyuwl26k9gtr14l

Now I will share again the original posted link to my old AoP LIPO, for all those who haven't downloaded it yet...

http://www.mediafire.com/file/4v1y7jphb ... O.zip/file

Best regards
Stimonec

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