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Photo collage generated using the paint synthesizer.

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Comment by Gad Eko Hendro H on May 17, 2017 at 1:41pm

Is it possible to make this with version 4 ?

Comment by Synthetik Software on May 17, 2017 at 2:19pm

V5 lets you use either a movie brush or an image folder brush when doing photo collage and/or photo mosaic. V4 restricts you to a movie brush. 

So, you could certainly do it in V4. The advantage of the V5 image folder brush is that it's easy to dump your images into a folder and go, while constructing a movie brush takes a little more work to convert the folder of images into a movie file. 

The other advantage of the image folder brush is that you can have variable sized and variable aspect ratio images in your brush. A movie brush uses the same size and aspect ratio for each frame in the movie. Now, you could get clever and build an embedded alpha channel movie brush that masked individual images in a frame if you wanted variable sizes and aspect ratios. But its more work than the V5 image folder brush.

Note that i'm using Paint Fill Apply control panel Nib Masking (local image range) to get the crisp edges. And i'm just dropping down single paint nibs using the image folder brush.

Comment by Gad Eko Hendro H on May 17, 2017 at 2:25pm

Thanks John for your information....

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