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Thread: A Cleaned Up Speed Paint

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    A Cleaned Up Speed Paint

    Forum member Max_O asked if there was a way to remove the Tracing Layer during the playback of a script file. I didn't have a script file that used the Tracing feature, to test it, so I started a new painting, where I used the tracing feature, and recorded it with AR's script recorder. After testing if it were possible to hide the tracing layer during playback (it is possible, btw), I decided to finish the image up, so I worked on it some more, but I didn't think to record the detailing work. The image below is the final result.

    And here's a time lapse video I made, using the edited script file: Link. You'll notice that I removed playbacks canvas rotation, and zooming, as well.


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    Nothing is easy to the unwilling.

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    Beautiful SOS love the softness of this portrait

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    haha this is so cool, and the ending of the video is super epic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat1940 View Post
    Beautiful SOS love the softness of this portrait
    Thanks Pat. I'm glad you like it

    Quote Originally Posted by alf4 View Post
    haha this is so cool, and the ending of the video is super epic!
    lol, thanks I was looking for a good way to stick the finished image onto the end of the video, but couldn't come up with anything. So I started messing with different songs to use, and was inspired by the end tones of the music.
    Nothing is easy to the unwilling.

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    Very nice work SOS ,like the way you did the lighting ,hair and freckles. You have some great videos too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexandra View Post
    How beautiful, wonderful work SOS.
    Thank you

    Quote Originally Posted by SCP View Post
    Very nice work SOS ,like the way you did the lighting ,hair and freckles. You have some great videos too.

    Thanks . Although, I can't really take credit for the lighting, as that is mainly a result from using the tracing feature, used to plot out the initial colors. I just did the clean up work. Glad you like my videos
    Nothing is easy to the unwilling.

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    Beautifully painting SOS and such a gentle look on her face
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Wonderful and amazing the way You brilliantly depicted also the freckles on her skin!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    loved the movie. wish I could do such portraits with so much success in such a short time. wow. the result is a beautiful portrait and like Cesare I am just amazed at the beautiful job you did on her skin with the freckles. congrats. success.

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