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Post by peterwassink » 30 Mar 2006, 14:56

this was completely painted in TVP Animation using a custombrush by Fabrice that sits already in the bin.
it was inspired by an animation from studio aka (design by Ben Bocquelet)
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Post by fabrice_ » 30 Mar 2006, 15:05

peterwassink wrote:this was completely painted in TVP Animation using a custombrush thats sits already in the bin.
it was inspired by an animation from studio aka (design by Ben Bocquelet)
Maybe you used the brush I added ... nice picture Peter ! :wink:

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Post by peterwassink » 30 Mar 2006, 15:36

thanks (i quickly edited the text :wink: )
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Post by TVPaint » 30 Mar 2006, 15:38

nice Peter, i really like the use of the brush which gives a nice feeling to the snow, and globally the texture of the drawing, really really nice :D

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Post by fabrice_ » 30 Mar 2006, 15:41

I usually use that animbrush to create clouds, that is a nice idea to paint snow with it ...
I'm always happy to see the cool paintings that people create with my papers, brushes and other stuff like that ... :P

thanks, Peter ! :D
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Post by peterwassink » 30 Mar 2006, 15:42

TVPaint wrote:nice Peter, i really like the use of the brush which gives a nice feeling to the snow, and globally the texture of the drawing, really really nice :D
thank you,
but its really only possible thanks to the new custom brush settings... so i would like to thank the whole TVpaint team! :D


I'm always happy to see the cool paintings that people create with my papers, brushes and other stuff like that ...
you got some more?
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Post by fabrice_ » 30 Mar 2006, 15:48

peterwassink wrote: you got some more?
yes, but I have to finish my work before posting them ... :wink:

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Post by fabrice_ » 30 Mar 2006, 15:59

:arrow: I created this picture with this kind of animbrush (and some papers) ... it was Mirage days ...

With the new connections and the ability to scale and rotate papers in TVPaint animation, I could do better ! Sure ! :wink:
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Post by peterwassink » 30 Mar 2006, 16:03

very nice!
how did you get the watercolor effect (those spiky edges)? is that just the brush or also the paper?

...boy this is opening up so many options :D
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Post by TVPaint » 30 Mar 2006, 16:07

Fabrice i suggest you to open a new thread for your works if you don't mind ;)

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Post by fabrice_ » 30 Mar 2006, 20:03

TVPaint wrote:Fabrice i suggest you to open a new thread for your works if you don't mind ;)
you are right, one painting (or animation) = one thread. It will be easier. :wink:

I will continue to talk about this in the topic called "end of the day".
this Topic is Peter's topic :wink:

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