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wet filled stroke

Post by momo » 07 Jun 2015, 13:21

Hello,

I was wondering if they was way to combine the filled stroke with the wet brush, to get a "wet filled stroke".
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Re: wet filled stroke

Post by Fabrice » 08 Jun 2015, 09:04

hello,

I don't think so.
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Re: wet filled stroke

Post by momo » 09 Jun 2015, 07:50

Well, that was a simple answer. thank you.
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Re: wet filled stroke

Post by Fabrice » 09 Jun 2015, 08:28

Sorry, it was a pretty undetailled answer. :oops:
I checked many ways to do it and I couldn't find something with the existing tools.

So we would need to develop it.


EDIT : I'm wrong in fact : As workaround, you might use the FX Toonshading on a filled shape with a range of 360° and an adapted profile.
I can post images if you want.
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Re: wet filled stroke

Post by NathanOtano » 09 Jun 2015, 09:27

Maybe the new inlay texture fx is an option? To convert the shape with the texture you want.

And maybe the new brush spreading can be used too?
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Re: wet filled stroke

Post by Elodie » 10 Jun 2015, 18:46

Actually, all depends on the rendering you wanna have. Any image to illustrate ? =)

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Re: wet filled stroke

Post by momo » 18 Jun 2015, 07:44

Thanks for all the answers!

Actually the reason is just that I really enjoy working with the filled stroke paint and the the watercolor brush. I will try the methods suggested above.

Elodie wrote:Actually, all depends on the rendering you wanna have. Any image to illustrate ? =)


Well I must confess there is no specific rendering style I had in mind... :oops: ...I was just trying to combine two things I really like in TVpaint.
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Re: wet filled stroke

Post by Elodie » 22 Jun 2015, 14:02

In Annecy, Hans Jorgen showed me how he combined Brush mapping with filled stroke to get a nice rendering : https://hjsandnes.wordpress.com/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

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Re: wet filled stroke

Post by D.T. Nethery » 22 Jun 2015, 16:16

Elodie wrote:In Annecy, Hans Jorgen showed me how he combined Brush mapping with filled stroke to get a nice rendering : https://hjsandnes.wordpress.com/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Looks nice ! Thanks for sharing the link . Also more info about the project here:

http://geitekillingen.tumblr.com/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
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