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Thread: Rule of Thirds / Divine Proportion

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    Lightbulb Rule of Thirds / Divine Proportion

    Hey guys! Maybe i'm slow... But I didn't find this on the forum.
    How hard would it be for you guys to create a tool in ArtRage that overlays a grid to use the Rule of Thirds and/or the Divine Proportion.

    This would be useful, both mobile and desktop.

    Cheers!

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    have a look here
    http://www2.ambientdesign.com/forums...ne+proportions
    hope it help you a little?

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    Oh... thanks!
    I did see that...
    It sure helps... And I do something like that. I saved a 1024x768 image of the Divine Proportion and other of the Rule of Thirds.
    I import it (generally on the iPad version), and set it to multiply

    It works. But it would be nice to have a faster way, in which you can even configure different grid divisions, like you have in Painter

    But thanks for the feedback

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    something like this?........
    http://foervraengd.deviantart.com/ga...51501#/d4apcq8
    i know not the same but it can help right??

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    Hey... that's cool too!
    Thanks

    But to make myself more clear, I think I'd like to see it as a tool inside the app. Like grids in photoshop or gimp, for example.
    I guess it would make the workflow faster.

    For the moment, this kind of grid overlay, or my current method of applying images will help

    Thanks again, mate!

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    ye i know what ye mean......these features in PS and Gimp are indeed very useful.

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