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
In one of your comments you said studio Artist RGB mapping uses only one vector and wanted to know if 2D modulation or Wacom tablet can be use to introduce another color vector mapping in order to have more than one vector.How can one incorporate more than one color into a paint job.Thanks. Really learning something.See More
"Yao, maybe you should start a new forum discussion about your question. It's hard to answer it deep inside of that other discussion thread, and i'm not really sure what you are talking about when you refer to using 2D modulation or a wacom…"
"You asked for an explanation of color vectors.
Each color vector would be an RGB color.
What we are talking about when referring to color vectors in the context of generating image mosaics is the number of color vectors used to best match an image…"