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  1. #21
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    Hello jman0war,
    Glad you got them working in the end and hope they prove useful to you
    (I'll let you into a secret, that tree on the right wasn't my first try at it either)
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    Hi,

    Is this file still available? when I click the link in the first post it takes me to dropbox but says this file has been moved or is no longer available, grateful for any help.

    Oktavia

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rondo View Post
    Excellent, thank you very much Rondo.

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    The link in the first post now works again.

    Thanks for the heads-up Octavia about the original link. And I hope you like the brushes!
    Dropbox implemented changes this month to how stuff gets shared/accessed and warned that some links using the old system might need to be re-linked.
    Looks like this was one of them!
    And thanks Rondo for covering for me!
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    you more then welcome

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    Is there anything i could adjust here, that would set the spray to have less of a range of dark to light?
    I find the dark leaves are too dark and saturated for what im trying to achieve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jman0war View Post
    Is there anything i could adjust here, that would set the spray to have less of a range of dark to light?
    I find the dark leaves are too dark and saturated for what im trying to achieve.
    Tool Settings > Spray Variation button > Clear the 'Luminance' value in the Random column. This will set it to use the default luminance (brightness) all the time.

    Extra tweaking:

    - Change the random value to a negative, it will make it lighter than the default randomly
    - Reduce the size of the value for a smaller range of options
    - Add a negative value in the Base column next to it (first column) to lower the default value for all strokes (and then keep, edit, or remove the Random one as you choose).

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    Quote Originally Posted by HannahRage View Post
    Tool Settings > Spray Variation button > Clear the 'Luminance' value in the Random column. This will set it to use the default luminance (brightness) all the time.

    Extra tweaking:

    - Change the random value to a negative, it will make it lighter than the default randomly
    - Reduce the size of the value for a smaller range of options
    - Add a negative value in the Base column next to it (first column) to lower the default value for all strokes (and then keep, edit, or remove the Random one as you choose).
    Thanks for the tip!
    I'm saving that out to remember it.

  10. The download contains an ARpack of Sticker Spray presets for producing random colour and foliage effects that can be "sprayed on".
    But I'm afraid you will have to provide your own trunks and branches for spraying onto!
    Note; these presets are only for producing the suggested form and shades found in foliage, so don't use actual leaf images.

    The Presets.
    The main difference between the presets is the brush head used in each.
    They are in two sets, though the only difference between the two sets is that Foliage Spray 3D has 'Shadows' turned on by default.
    All the Sticker Sheets used by the sprays are from brushes included with AR4 so once the presets in the ARpack are loaded they should work.

    Suggested Use.
    "Heavy" sprays have a high spray rate and are for quickly building up an overall silhouette of the foliage and blocking in form. Dark colours are probably best used for this stage.
    "Light" sprays have a lower spray rate and used for refining the foliage forms. As you refine the forms use successively lighter colours, finally finishing with the highlights.
    I made these presets using a tablet & pen so they do use pressure sensitivity to effect size.

    I must confess I had a great deal of fun messing about with these and I hope others have fun using them too.
    And should others come up with variations on these presets do share them!

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