Sketchbook Paper & Fountain Pen CP

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Sketchbook Paper & Fountain Pen CP

Post by lemec » 06 Jul 2012, 00:04

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// Includes:
  • Fountain Pen Brush
  • Marker (makes use of intuos pen tilt)
  • SketchBook Paper Generator Macro(warning, will clear your current FX Stack and set current layer blending mode to multiply.)
// INSTALLATION =================
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Then drag/drop the FountainPen.tvpx file onto the TVP window.


// HISTORY =================

v1.3: fixed commands to reset paper rotation/flip/offset after paper generation
added tv_lockDisplay/tv_unlockDisplay commands to temporarily disable screen updates for greater speed
fixed paper layer generator bug when adding layers past first frame 1
biscuits

v1.2: fix paper generator script
fix paper generator fx
better instructions for installing paper generator fx stack

v1.1: randomize paper XY offset
v1.0: initial release
Last edited by lemec on 12 Jul 2012, 19:33, edited 6 times in total.
(Win7x64, TVP Pro 9.5 32-bit)

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Re: Sketchbook Paper & Fountain Pen CP

Post by Elodie » 06 Jul 2012, 08:13

Hey, really nice !

I remember I loved to draw with such pens :D

Thank you very much for sharing ;)
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Re: Sketchbook Paper & Fountain Pen CP

Post by lemec » 12 Jul 2012, 19:19

Fixed some problems with the last update to the paper generator. Also, added an Effect mode so you can randomly generate paper over a span of frames.

Paper texture is now randomly spun or flipped for more variation

Also better instructions for importing the paper generator FX stack.

moved some of the sketchbook Paper Layer commands into embedded scripts
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Re: Sketchbook Paper & Fountain Pen CP

Post by gbball » 27 Jul 2012, 17:00

Very cool man!

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Re: Sketchbook Paper & Fountain Pen CP

Post by jlahham » 08 Oct 2012, 03:34

This is a great script man, way to go.

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Re: Sketchbook Paper & Fountain Pen CP

Post by SinusMagnus » 29 Aug 2013, 11:27

this is awesome ! thank you

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Re: Sketchbook Paper & Fountain Pen CP

Post by Bestexecutive » 06 Nov 2013, 15:28

It's Really nice! i like this pen.

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Re: Sketchbook Paper & Fountain Pen CP

Post by Bestexecutive » 07 Dec 2013, 06:21

I tried using an Ultra-Fine Point Sharpie since it would at least produce a strong line. But I found that the ink flowed too quickly, bleeding and spreading if held in one spot and worse, showed through to the other side. I also tried the Pitt Artist Brush Pen on this page, which worked OK but was a thicker line than I like for general sketching. The black ink in the finer-point Pitts seemed paler than the Microns, but it might also be that they resist the sizing on the paper more.
Prismacolor Illustration pens are similar to the Sakura Pigma Micron and Pitt Artist Pensand are very nice and comfortable to hold. But they too performed poorly on the Arches CP. Then I tested my Aurora fountain pen and was delighted to see that it was a pleasure to write and draw with on the Arches CP paper.

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