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Thread: Oil and Spatula AR3 experiment

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    Oil and Spatula AR3 experiment

    The most remarkable quality that caught my attention in AR2.5 program is the simulation of brush strokes to oil as a real painting. The following figure is the renowned Brazilian painter Antonio Veronese. The kind of impasto that we observe in the painting, is not possible to obtain with AR2.5.



    The homepage of Antonio Veronese can be seen here.

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    I've always been fascinated in trying to digitally reproduce this aspect of impasto paint seen in Veronese real work. With enhancements to both, the brushes and the knife, available in AR3, it is possible to simulate these aspects of a digital painting impasto. The figure below is my reproduction of the same painting of Veronese, completely achieved with the AR3. What do you think. Thanks
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    Totally effective. This is one of the things I like about AR3 - This ability to produce 3D materials effects. This is on the nose, Oriane.

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    Very good reproduction, Oriane, i know that you like spatula a lot...but now...the third part...how...did you achieve that...or is a secret?Am waiting here...:-)

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    Perfecto, querido Oriane!!!

    This is just amazing! I just love this, Oriane! You just keep bumping it up a notch for the rest of us!!!

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    Your trained eye and skilled hand have acheived a wonderous result. Bravo.

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    This looks like the kind of painting that'll be famous in the next centry. Awesome job! This painting is museum ready Orian!
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    Very real... yes

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    That is an impressive reproduction. To an untrained eye (like mine) that looks like the real deal! This is an amazing little program to which I believe (and I felt this way with 2.5 even) the limitations are within the artist not the software at this point. Well done Oriane!
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    Outstanding work. An amazing display of the capabilities of this program. Ambientdesign should use it in their promotional materials.

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