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Thread: Procedural Drawing Tools - Harmony et al.

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    Procedural Drawing Tools - Harmony et al.

    I just happened to find this nice little tool known as Harmony. Technical details are available here.

    It seems like a fun little experiment.
    Last edited by bebraw; 03-13-2010 at 06:57 PM. Reason: Renamed thread to reflect its more general focus

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    Thanks for the link

    Thanks bebraw,

    You're right, it is cool. Thanks for the link to harmony.

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    That's funny, I discovered it yesterday thanks to a blog

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    I love it!

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    Had fun playing with this thanks

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    Really like the way the brush reacts to each stroke. Would be cool to have a brush like this in ArtRage. It really is very nice for sketching. It almost lays out the shading for you as you draw... very cool.

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    Very cool find! I really wish AR had a sketch tool that gave a similar look.
    +I only see the good qualities in people. Not being faultless myself, I won't probe into the faults of others+

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    Thanks for the link, Bebraw.

    I found it liberating, not knowing what the different tools would do,
    and so, could just mess about!
    First 3 messing about pics - so others can see what it's all about.

    1. portrait with cat eyes- not me, well, maybe wakeup hair mess.
    OK perhaps the wry mouth i sometimes pull.
    2. curious cat (looks more like a frisky little goat face!)
    3. flowers in vase
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    Fantastic ! I like how smooth are all the rendering,
    it would be great to have such a smooth brush in Art Rage.
    Thank you to share ,
    I did in few minutes some doodles with each possibilities.
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    Nice work.

    I came upon a couple of other tools: Flame and Tonematrix. The latter is actually a synthesizer but you still get to paint, sort of.

    I won't mind if people want to share their finds in this thread. It's always nice to experiment with simple little gadgets.

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