We've set up this new forum as an alternative to the old WWUG user forum to take advantage of more recent developments in web-based social networking. The old forum is still available as always but we're expanding your options to network with other Studio Artist users, ask technical questions, share your still image and video artwork, discuss relevant topics in digital art, etc. Please feel free to join the group so you can ask questions or start discussions in the forum, post your photos or videos of artwork you created in Studio Artist, promote you Studio Artist projects, etc.
i really want to thank you for this forum and site. even though im a rookie still on SA, only using it for a year or so, i feel a part of this group and have been having a ball playing on this new gift you have given us. thankyou so much.
A complete newbe here. It is exciting to begin a new forum, talent exists out there in the web......
I am just getting my "web legs" so i will need patience on your part.
I can only hope to contribute in some small way.
In one of your comments you said studio Artist RGB mapping uses only one vector and wanted to know if 2D modulation or Wacom tablet can be use to introduce another color vector mapping in order to have more than one vector.How can one incorporate more than one color into a paint job.Thanks. Really learning something.See More
"Yao, maybe you should start a new forum discussion about your question. It's hard to answer it deep inside of that other discussion thread, and i'm not really sure what you are talking about when you refer to using 2D modulation or a wacom…"
"You asked for an explanation of color vectors.
Each color vector would be an RGB color.
What we are talking about when referring to color vectors in the context of generating image mosaics is the number of color vectors used to best match an image…"