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Thread: Sticker Sequences for natural brush effects

  1. #31
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    Hi Juz,
    thank you for this tutorial, I have my sponge tool now
    I have created a PDF with your tutorial, and if you want I can send it to you (write me a PM if you want).
    I can send you only by e-mail. I have two versions; one is 561 kb with the images compressed, and one at 4,5 MB with no images compression.

    I have made this with the sponge tool:
    http://www2.ambientdesign.com/forums...ad.php?t=25458

    Paolo
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    This a very great and excellent tutorial, Juz. Thanks for taking time to do it and explaining to us.

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    Wink

    Nice explanations, indeed.

    Is stickers a "heirs" of world's famous "(picture)tubes" from Paint Shop Pro???

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    @ Psaldari, Fantastic!! Thank you so much for taking the time to show me your success from this tutorial. It has made the time I put into it absolutely worth it

    @ Pai, thank you very much pai, i can't wait to see where you take these steps with your own work

    @ Drayldan, it does remind one of tubes from psp or nozzles from the image hose in painter. To me it also emulates the way brushes work in photoshop which really has brushes constructed from a series of 'stamps'. Quite a nifty tool
    Last edited by Juz; 12-27-2009 at 10:36 AM.
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    Juz, I've ventured into the tips and techniques area today after a long hiatus from it and find ALL THIS INCREDIBLE STUFF YOU HAVE CREATED. Great work and it's wonderful seeing so many people taking successful advantage of all your fine efforts.

    Good stuff here Juzzy - all exceptionally well done.
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  6. #36
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    Hi

    The PDF by Pablo is no longer present.

    Maybe it could be re-uploaded.

    Thanks

    michael

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    K micmac... fixed now.. just try the download link in the first post again to grab it
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  8. #38
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    Thanks Juz

    Really like your tutorials!

    Also the video.

    Michael

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    of course nowadays we have a grid script, written by Andy, which helps tremendously for making multiple image stickers. making a 3 by 3 grid would yield nine squares to work with. In this case it would be a 2 by 3 grid. The grid takes away a lot of the ruler work.
    I usually do 300 by 300 pixel squares for multiple image sticker brushes. So the canvas of the ping is 900 by 900. keeps the file size manageable.

    thanks for the stickers Juz. somehow I missed this brush tutorial. I made the sticker brush with your stickers and getting some really nice textures with it. thank you.

    you can get the grid script:

    here
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    Last edited by screenpainter; 03-01-2012 at 07:05 PM.

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    Thanks Albert, great link thanks for adding it in this thread.

    The tutorial is a lot older than scripting capability in artrage and I never thought to revisit these old tuts.... I'll have to update the photoshop brushes in AR3 tutorial too as now its easy to import them.
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