"Bernard if you post your MSG solution, I think that between the two of us we can get it there. The filter Forge preset is doing some very interesting selective blurring. I have used a selfmodulate translation with a edge 1 composite to get the above."
hello liveart, sorry for the delay: here is the paintpreset you are interresting for. set your canvas-background to black and hit action. you could create a lot of useful presets by changing parameters in the path-palette. have fun, moritz
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!
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