My first letter was created completely in Studio Artist. Since I wanted all the rest of the letters to have the same baseline and size, it was easier to set a black letter in photoshop and the imported it. I use region selection to create a mask.
You know, I looked at the bezier aspect of SA early on. Coincidentally I was spending a lot of time in Illustrator in my "day" job. I was sort of burned out on paths and perfection and so on. The hand drawn lines in this image were a hold over of that mentality.
I really should go back and play with that aspect of SA now that I'm over my Illustrator fatigue. Thanks for reminding me how deep and powerful SA is. I get locked into a specific approach sometimes and bury myself!
thank you for inviting me, liveart. I like the clarity of your work.
My present quest is to find the best equivalent on a PC for Final Cut Pro. It seems that SA itself does not have sufficient resources to actually link image and sound (?). If you know anybody who might know about this, kindly let me know.
My personal email is firstname.lastname@example.org
"If you want to use the image brush's alpha channel for the brush shape (and associated anti-aliasing), you need to use the Source Alpha brush type. Otherwise, 255 white in the brush rgb channels masks the brush out, and 254 to 0 blends if your…"
"Without access to the specific paint preset you are using as well as the png brush images, it's hard to comment on the colored edges. Could be a function of how the particular paint preset is programmed.
As far as reducing repeating brush…"
Thanks for the response.
Please how do you setup studio Artist to avoid repeating the same brush frame but to alternate brush frames that best fits a specific colour space within the source image during manual painting of photo mosaics.