In so many ways. Mostly experimenting and creating my own presets.
First of all, let me tell you a huge thank you for setting up this wonderful place.
My name is Charis Tsevis and I am a visual designer living and working in Athens, Greece.
I studied Advertising and Visual Design in Athens, Greece and in Milan, Italy. I have a Master in Design degree from Scuola Politecnica di Design, Milano, wich is a very respected design school in Italy.
I have my own studio in Athens, Greece.
I am also teaching editorial design and typography at AKTO College of Art & Design, the major private art institute in Greece.
I am a regular columnist in RAM magazine, wich is the biggest and most respected computer magazine in my country. My articles are about computer history and culture. I would love to write an article about Joe Dalton.
You can see many works of mine made with Synthetik Studio Artist on my Flickr page (http://www.flickr.com/photos/tsevis).
Beautiful work; super visually literate! Will your talk ("Mozaix and Synthetix: Zooming In and Out in Nature, Art and Communication" at the ICTVC) be video taped? If so maybe you could share it with us via the web.
My talk was indeed videotaped. Only problem is that it was in greek language. So, it's maybe too difficult to understand.
I am going to prepare a blog entry about this talk soon.
Thanks for the comment!
I am so glad I tracked you down on this web site. I desperately want to know how you are making this style of artwork. I am new to Studio Artist and I have seen this style in different places and wanted to know if you could tell me how I can basically compose this style of art: with the circles as you have in this piece of artwork.
I called the tech support guys at Synthetik Studio and they gave me some geusses at how you might have executed this piece of art. Using photo brushes?
Would you be so kind to email me with any basic steps or methods you used to create "Eva on Circles". My email address is email@example.com
Image sequence created with frames pulled from this movie: https://vimeo.com/315553976
Those frames were posted on Facebook, and the way people reacted to them structured the way the image sequence was built.
That album is here:…
"If you want to combine different operation mode effects in a sequence to create a more complicated overall artistic effect, that is what Paint Action Sequences are for. Record all of your actions in a PASeq, then save it as a PASeq preset.
"If you run a single action step, then the editable controls of the operation mode associated with that action step are set to the values saved in the action step. You can then just press the action button in that operation mode to run the effect in…"
"Thank you, but I am still not understanding how to do this. I would like to get my watershed effect out of a PASeq so I have more control over it, basically turning that effect into a paint preset so I have control over where it starts, etc. Is this…"