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Thread: Fashmir's Glazing Tech

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    Fashmir's Glazing Tech

    Greetings Art Ragers!

    Here is a stab at explaining the technique I use to imitate glazing in ArtRage 2.2.

    Below is a small version and below that is a larger version in case you need to see it more clearly.

    Enjoy!

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    Be well,

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    That's a fantastic tutorial, Fashmir! Brilliant stuff.
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    Thanks Andy.
    Be well,

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    Glazing

    Now *that* is a tutorial!
    Is that some sort of template for the future (hint)? It seems like ArtRage could yield all sorts of surprising multi-step techniques. The translucent oil paint has been mindblowing for me lately.

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    gonna try that soon !
    thanks, great and clear way of explaining things.
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    Re: Glazing

    Quote Originally Posted by djmez
    Now *that* is a tutorial!
    Is that some sort of template for the future (hint)? It seems like ArtRage could yield all sorts of surprising multi-step techniques. The translucent oil paint has been mindblowing for me lately.
    Thanks djmez! I do hope to offer more as time permits. I had started a project which I alluded to in a posting a while back (my delusion was to write a book) but there were so many changes in the way certain tools worked that my techniques kept having to shift or be discarded altogether as the code changed. I think there will come a stage, when the code has matured and core functionality is more likely to remain the same, where I could persue that kind of project. For now though I'll just make mini tutorials tied to versions. ArtRage is truly a *vast* space of possibility to explore and the tools just keep getting better.

    Quote Originally Posted by hanzz
    gonna try that soon !
    thanks, great and clear way of explaining things.
    Thanks Hanzz. I am definately open to suggestions if you have any so I can improve my format, clarity and style.
    Be well,

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    very well done fashmir...i try but i not success until now..i should read more exactly or you could upload the ptg file... :P

    thx and be well too

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    Thanks Maror. As you have requested here is the ptg file.

    ATTENTION: This is an updated link as of Dec 2008:

    www.fashmir.com/AR_Forum/Tutorials/Glazing_Test.ptg
    Last edited by Fashmir; 12-13-2008 at 09:13 PM.
    Be well,

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    nice one Fashmir thanks for sharing with us all



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    Brilliant stuff, Fashmir. Very well put together.
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