Members Paintings (General)

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Peter-GZ
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Re: Members Paintings (General)

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35.000 Strokes, DAP 4.1
35.000 Strokes, DAP 4.1
fast-growing Cucurbita__Strumka HD.jpg (1.08 MiB) Viewed 996 times
All my edited photos are photographs by me.

strimonec
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Peter-GZ wrote:
fast-growing Cucurbita__Strumka HD.jpg
Hey Peter-GZ, I'm so glade that you use one of my old AOP's - Strumka HD!
If I have more time, I will try to rework that brushes and share it here... :) ;)

Best regards
Strimonec
ImageI have never painted a picture that I intended to, they're always better or worse.

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Messy smoker..._DAP_LIPO.jpg
Messy smoker..._DAP_LIPO.jpg (890.63 KiB) Viewed 995 times
P.S.
A small instruction (tips) for a better DAP image.
Whatever settings you have in any AOP, you can get the best effect when you pause DAP and set the brushes manually. Start with the big ones to fill the background. Then, depending on how much detail you want in the picture, resize it. Also, change color palettes to get more color on the picture. If Dry Reveal is too hard, change the parameters, or drop them to zero. Do not let the image come through those strokes. Also, do not leave detailed brushes painting to be with very small brushes. Manually highlight the details only where you want.
ImageI have never painted a picture that I intended to, they're always better or worse.

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John Perkins
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Re: Members Paintings (General)

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annabNov2015cetu_lpr_DAP_JoaquinHD(JoaquinHD_Finer_BM)_DAP_Golden_AgeOFGelDarkOil25cloneFridacetu_DAP_!!_LIPOceclone.jpg
annabNov2015cetu_lpr_DAP_JoaquinHD(JoaquinHD_Finer_BM)_DAP_Golden_AgeOFGelDarkOil25cloneFridacetu_DAP_!!_LIPOceclone.jpg (801.5 KiB) Viewed 965 times

mhwarner
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Re: Members Paintings (General)

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strimonec wrote:
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



Best regards
Stimonec

...
Welcome back and I am happy to have you share my information on creating DAP Templates! The more user-created templates we have to share, the better it is for all of us. And I would agree with you Stimonec that the best "painting" results come from combinations of DAP with other tools. I always save my images with Photoshop layers and do further processing in Photoshop to achieve my final resuls.

strimonec
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mhwarner wrote:
strimonec wrote:
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



Best regards
Stimonec

...
Welcome back and I am happy to have you share my information on creating DAP Templates! The more user-created templates we have to share, the better it is for all of us. And I would agree with you Stimonec that the best "painting" results come from combinations of DAP with other tools. I always save my images with Photoshop layers and do further processing in Photoshop to achieve my final resuls.

Thank you Mary Warner

Best regards
Strimonec
ImageI have never painted a picture that I intended to, they're always better or worse.

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John Perkins
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macbpickweedcetu_lprabstract_DAP_!!_LIPO_DAP_Golden_Age(Golden_Age_Finer_BM)Metallicsm.jpg
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strimonec
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3 & half....jpg
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ImageI have never painted a picture that I intended to, they're always better or worse.

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Who holds the strings in your life....jpg
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ImageI have never painted a picture that I intended to, they're always better or worse.

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strimonec
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Ginger bearded ....jpg
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ImageI have never painted a picture that I intended to, they're always better or worse.

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