"You could turn off the Texture Range, change the Generator to Edge Scan, and setup an appropriate Max Stroke setting. This will generate path start points directly from an edge scan as opposed to inhibiting start points generated by a normal grid…"
"There are some settings in that paint preset that inhibit painting based on the visual properties of the source image.
In the Path Start control panel, the Texture Range is turned on with a range of 65-255. So path start point are being inhibited…"
In Paint Syn Fancy ScanSketch2a it draws only about 1/3 of the canvas and then stops. How do I get it to draw the entire canvas? What change to I need to make in the Editor? My attempts included the following:1) I adjusted the Path End, Path Application but it didn't help. 2) Changed the Path Start to Center FullOut Clockwise and it drew the center of the canvas in a rectangular shape, but did not fill out to the edges. 3) On next try changed the grid spacing and that added a bit to the…See More
I actually had been thinking of you. I really enjoyed your images from what appeared to be in Spain or Mexico. They are very exciting. Did you take the photos? Where? Thank you for letting me know how much you like my images.My Coney Island imagery is the largets and most comprehensive project I have ever attempted. In the process, there are inevitable mood swings and self doubts. Your comments help me and encourage me to continue. I am grateful.
Thanks once again, Dee Creating these pieces are my shelter from the storm. Coney Island is so rich and textured that creating art from the imagery is a natural process. Sometimes the photos are so strong to begin with that altering them much is a disservice to them.
I saw that you taught college. What? I still teach 2 design classes at a university here.
"yes sure. I created a movie brush composed of 26 letters and 9 numbers with the "distortia" font, and with transparency, recorded in png.
The difference by using a movie brush better than a simple paint preset with text, is that there is a…"