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Re: lame lemec's drawings!

Post by hisko » 20 Jan 2009, 15:48

Have you send this letter to the wacom-company?
Maybe you should.

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Re: lame lemec's drawings!

Post by ZigOtto » 20 Jan 2009, 16:52

I thought the same too, you can try to contact them and make a deal with,
a winner/winner contract, it should be possible now we have Obama
as new messiah of the world, ...
everything will change, "yes, you can !" :)
lemec wrote:... It also performs a bit of noise rejection by way of a "dynamic dead zone filter" ...
could this kind of "noise dynamic filter" be applied on the X, Y position data, and pressure data as well ?
I would love to have a "Smoothen" mode to cut off some erratic values when very low pressure engaged and/or very low stroke drawn, shivering/shaky hands could perform smooth strokes with such a tool ! :)

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Re: lame lemec's drawings!

Post by lemec » 22 Jan 2009, 00:36

Yes, I could make the deadzone filter apply to pressure, but not X/Y -- that is a job for SSSSSSUUUUPER HERVÉ!!!!!
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Re: lame lemec's drawings!

Post by ZigOtto » 22 Jan 2009, 08:46

héhé...! funny battle !
your holed metallic stay is very handy to fix the supporting foot on the ground.
but you are not up-to-date with your scenario :
the white beating inexorably the black one is now a story from the past ... :wink:

ps: what size your original grabs, SD video format ?

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Re: lame lemec's drawings!

Post by lemec » 22 Jan 2009, 21:48

Actually it's a green figurine, but he looks kind of grey in the image. This project was done at SD res, so here's a closer look at this zombie shooting action...
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Re: lame lemec's drawings!

Post by lemec » 12 Feb 2009, 18:30

first doodle of the day.

not really supposed to make sense.
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Re: lame lemec's drawings!

Post by Elodie » 13 Feb 2009, 06:47

Waaah, really great, I like it =D

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Re: lame lemec's drawings!

Post by Satrip » 13 Feb 2009, 15:32

Nice spaceship colony, I like it too! °-°

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Re: lame lemec's drawings!

Post by lemec » 21 Feb 2009, 18:23

I dunno... maybe 45-60 minutes...

Done exclusively with TVPaint's PenBrush, a layer for line, one for tones, and a dodge layer.

Nice thing about this one is that gamma & contrast adjustment and bloom FX DIDN'T improve this painting, so it means my sense for values seems to have improved a bit.
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Re: lame lemec's drawings!

Post by Patrice » 21 Feb 2009, 19:44

Hi Lemec,

I like it, it's a really great work. I think it can be interessant to have the video of your drwing (if you have recorded it of course).
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Re: lame lemec's drawings!

Post by Jesoped » 21 Feb 2009, 21:32

I got to say that your work are one of the reasons TVPaint caught my attention. You are one of the few artists that I have seen really using TVPaint in a diverse and aesthetic way. I simply just love such a drawing as the JOIN US, and your sense of colour and light are truly inspiring. I'm fairly new to the digital world, but I have a small decade of experience dealing with 2D animation, design and illustration in the traditional way. And in my opinion if one really should promote the artistic possibilities of TVP, more work of your caliber should be available on the site - keep up the excellent work.

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Re: lame lemec's drawings!

Post by lemec » 02 Mar 2009, 07:33

Working from an adjusted process I learnt from my friend, who works as a matte painter. This time, I worked entirely on a single layer without using any lines!
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Re: lame lemec's drawings!

Post by lemec » 12 May 2009, 01:05

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Re: lame lemec's drawings!

Post by lemec » 12 May 2009, 01:07

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Re: lame lemec's drawings!

Post by lemec » 12 May 2009, 01:08

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