"Keep in mind that with the autodraw interactive pen mode you are using, the 'path' that is recorded is the original movement of the pen or cursor, not the automatically drawn paths that are spun off of that user defined path."
"If you are working with a paint stroke that doesn't have a lot of randomization in it, then the path and associated paint variations are going to play back accurately. As you start adding randomization and other things into the paint preset,…"
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The same thing happens with recoded mouse strokes and recorded Trackpad strokes.
Each time I play back the same steps, I get a different result.
The brush stroke I am using is, Paint Synthesizer Classic,…"
Hi,I'm using the SA 5.01 on OSX 10.13.6, using a Wacom4 anf the latest 2018 driver.Playing back simple brush strokes is giving results that are not the same as were recorded.Whats been happening, is that at some point in a record stroke, the brush will jitter at one or points, and draw a blob. It will eventually continue with the original stroke.Has this behavior been observed before?TonySee More
"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…"
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.
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.
"My workstation for the Trieste concert: two MacBook Pros doing the concert work proper, and one more to record/capture my final output (worked great!), a preview monitor, 2 Wacom tablets (Intuos Pro and Intuos), several external drives, the Spark…"