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Egg Tempera Look

My attempt at an egg tempera paint look generated in Studio Artist V5.5.  Seems to work well for both still images as well as video processing.  Like all good ideas, i was trying to do something else when i stumbled upon it yesterday.  So i went with the flow rather than being pissed off that my original idea was not quite panning out as i had hoped.

I built this with 2 different layers, but there is no stacked layer compositing involved.  I have a recursive processing loop going on in each layer.  It's a very small amount of recursive mixing of the previous output of the layer with the current output of the layer.  Enough to subtly blend, but not so much that you see ghosting. 

I used the Sketch Mass IpOp in the first layer to build the sketch hatching.  Along with the Threshold IpOp to punch through a little bit of the low end of the mass rendition.

I used the output of the first layer for the luminance of the Colorize IpOp effect, colorized by the source.  This is happening in the second layer.  Smart Blu IpOp is used in both layers.  Several passes of MultiOctave Gradient Lighting IpOp with different settings is used in the second layer, along with some low Mix Smart Contrast, to build the shading.

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