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PASEQ question
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Tony Bouttell replied to Tony Bouttell's discussion PASEQ question
"I tried it out and it worked. Just like it says on the package:) Now I can create a range with just a few clicks of the mouse. But even better, if I turn on record, on the History Sequence, I can record each frame as a separate canvas, and wind up…"
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Tony Bouttell replied to Tony Bouttell's discussion PASEQ question
"I'll give this a try and let you know  "
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Tony Bouttell replied to Tony Bouttell's discussion PASEQ question
"it looks like all parameters only allow decimal places of accuracy. For the vast majority of parameters, anything more than two digits of accuracy would make any noticeable difference in the final result,(I'm guessing, since I don't have…"
Mar 29
Synthetik Software replied to Tony Bouttell's discussion PASEQ question
"Another thing you could try to get around the problem is to keyframe the MSG preset in the PASeq timeline. Use your existing preset for keyframe 1. Then adjust the ScaleSp setting to 0. Then keyframe record it into a higher frame cell. Then you can…"
Mar 29
Synthetik Software replied to Tony Bouttell's discussion PASEQ question
"I see your point. It looks like the dynamic numeric editing field that comes up has a fixed limit on the number of characters past the decimal point. i'll take a look at that. You could set the randomization in the Evolution Editor really…"
Mar 29
Synthetik Software replied to Tony Bouttell's discussion Shadow brushes
"Well, it has to be a raster paint effect. Brush Load is a raster image processing module in the paint synthesizer. If it's pure vector, then paint Brush Load control panel isn't doing anything to affect the vector paint. And of course you…"
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What version of Studio Artist do you own?
How do you use Studio Artist?
business and pleasure, ( all the same thing really )
About Me:
Living in Hawaii now.
I've been into digital art for a few years now and have been fortunate enough to have sold some of my work.
Having Studio Artist was like finding a completely new dimension

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At 8:05pm on February 23, 2009, Synthetik Software said…
Thanks for your comment. Obviously i'm often a pretty busy guy. But i don't kill myself as much as i used to so that's probably why everybody's still waiting for version 4 of Studio Artist to be finished up (it will happen soon i promise). Beside, doing the art, music, and programming is fun so it's probably what i'd be doing anyway in some form. I do wish i had more time for the music stuff these days which has to take a back seat to getting v4 finished.

The business part of running a business can kind of suck to be honest, like spending most of today dealing with mundane and utterly stupid business tax garbage that has nothing to do with art or programming or technical innovation or anything useful for that matter, but it's unfortunately a necessary evil to getting things done in this world.
At 9:57am on September 4, 2009, Richard Feltner said…
Tony thanks for the query about Emergence. Yes to both questions about size and substrate. The original file has the resolution to print up to and beyond a 40x40 print and yes canvas could be an option. I usually don't print some of the more subtle stuff to canvas because I find that the texture obscures the finer details. I usually print them on Hannemuhle William Turner or something similar.

If I need additional resolution beyond the original I use Photozoom Pro (s-spline) to enlarge. I pretty much try to generate 60+MB files now so I don't have to go that route. A couple of my earlier works were done as smaller pieces so I had to res them up.

I appreciate your very generous comments about my work! Thank you.
At 11:42pm on September 6, 2009, mark g said…
hi thanks for the various comments, I think years of real world painting and looking at 1000s of paintings has helped.
At 9:27pm on November 23, 2013, Bernard Bunner said…

Tony, by photo space page 1 and 2, I meaned my photos pages, which are now 6 and 7.

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