Richard Feltner
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High Level Rotoscoping
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Richard Feltner Jul 17.

Missing Brushes Using 64bit Version of Studio Artist
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Synthetik Software Apr 29, 2019.

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Richard Feltner replied to Richard Feltner's discussion High Level Rotoscoping
"I fired up Hulu last night, parked on the couch and watched a few episodes of Unbound. Obviously a labor of love involving much manpower backed with a generous but not extravagant budget. It is well done. Then I hit the links to Skylar's work…"
Jul 17
Richard Feltner replied to Synthetik Software's discussion Automatic preset generation and high level editing
"Here's my current setup in Studio Artist. Just started using the Paint Preset Mixer so I docked it above the Help panel with the Meta Edit commands that I like to use. The Mixer is pretty cool but without some way to reference your location…"
Jul 17
Synthetik Software replied to Richard Feltner's discussion High Level Rotoscoping
"So some Studio Artist users have explored the idea of generating 2D matte background paintings, placing them in a 3D space, and then generating animation that moved through that painted backing space. Here's an old article on Skylar's…"
Jul 16
Richard Feltner replied to Synthetik Software's discussion Automatic preset generation and high level editing
"Wow, talk about pulling a thread and unraveling the whole cloth… Not sure you want to go there/here because it all runs uphill to the high-level functions within SA coupled with the individual’s approach to crafting or not crafting a…"
Jul 16
Richard Feltner replied to Richard Feltner's discussion High Level Rotoscoping
"Try this for the direct link to YouTube: https://youtu.be/kE_aPLo2nCg"
Jul 16
Richard Feltner replied to Richard Feltner's discussion High Level Rotoscoping
"Hmm... the link seems to work from my end when you click the word "this" in the original post but maybe it isn't coming through - here is the unembedded…"
Jul 16
Synthetik Software replied to Richard Feltner's discussion High Level Rotoscoping
"Can you post the link you are talking about here. I'm not seeing it or a link page for some reason, which probably means i need to drink my mug of coffee and fully wake up."
Jul 16
Richard Feltner replied to Richard Feltner's discussion High Level Rotoscoping
"Did you watch the video on the link page? It details the production process including how the rotoscoping was executed."
Jul 16
Synthetik Software replied to Richard Feltner's discussion High Level Rotoscoping
"So here's the article they link to that provides a tiny bit more information about their approach. Since they are based in Austin i'm going to guess that maybe some of the old Waking Life - A Scanner Darkly animator alumni were…"
Jul 16
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High Level Rotoscoping

Though I am not involved with rotoscoping those of you who are may find this interesting.See More
Jul 16
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"Thanks so much for the comment. Looking forward to SA V6. So much to explore! Keep up pushing the software envelope - I appreciate what you guys do for us users."
Jun 8
Richard Feltner commented on Richard Feltner's photo
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"Thanks Paul - I also enjoyed your latest "fish story woodcut"."
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Paul Perlow commented on Richard Feltner's photo
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"Relly nice series Richard"
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Synthetik Software commented on Richard Feltner's photo
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"I'm really enjoying everything in this recent series. Very cool."
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Richard Feltner replied to Synthetik Software's discussion How many people use the List option for the Editor?
"So here's what I'm talking about. In the first screen shot (group box - slider) I've entered a value of 200 (manually) which over rides the max value selected by dragging the slider to the right hand limit. In the second screen shot…"
May 13
Richard Feltner replied to Synthetik Software's discussion How many people use the List option for the Editor?
"I've never used or even looked at the various options available. I always used the default - Group Box - slider. I thought hey why is that, so I tried out the others. I like the dial and slider one. I find it easier to grab the controls with…"
May 13
Richard Feltner posted a discussion

Applying A Subtle Canvas Texture?

I'm hoping John and others will weigh in with some interesting methods for creating and applying textures globally as well as selectively to images in Studio Artist.I'd like to find a method or process for applying a believable canvas texture to a finished image. The requirements I have in mind are: 1_subtle application of the texture that mimics the real world effect of paint on canvas (some kind of luminence mapping?) 2_the ability to apply texture globally, or selectively by brush…See More
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What version of Studio Artist do you own?
3.5.2 - Now 4.0 Dev
How do you use Studio Artist?
Primarily Fine Art paintings and my own personal creative explorations.
About Me:
25 years as a graphic designer and marketing consultant. Now working in digital media, wood and print making.
Website:
http://www.RFeltner.imagekind.com

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At 5:55am on August 13, 2009, Florence Artur said…
Thank you for your comment :-)
At 11:24pm on August 16, 2009, David Buckle said…
Nice to hear from you. Sorry it took so long to respond we spend a lot of time up at the lake in the summer. I never heard of Live Play but am always interested in new and old stuff. Love your abstracts.
At 12:46pm on September 1, 2009, Rondan said…
You are welcome. I like your hand painted look. In fact, thats what prompted my comment.
At 3:32am on October 12, 2009, liveart said…
Hand painted is nearly always better. One cool aspect of SA is that you can record the hand painted line as a bezier curve, then use the paint paths command to try different strokes. I posted an example of this using a drawing of an avocado a while back. link: http://studioartist.ning.com/forum/topics/bezier-curves-movie
At 6:03pm on November 8, 2009, liveart said…
well for something "simple" there is a lot of complexity there. I like how you have subtly shaded the colors, and the use of line is great. Not just the curve and placement of the line but the texture and width of the line too.
At 6:45pm on November 13, 2009, Rondan said…
Richard: I like your "scratchy" art style and design. After viewing your MrSoul I worked late into the early morning hours on some scratchy abstract art. Keep up the good work.
At 1:47pm on November 14, 2009, Rondan said…
I do it in a similar way although, I do blend layers if I am not getting what I want otherwise ( or to see what I might be missing). I wind up saving lots of versions and then select the one(s) I like.
At 10:42am on March 21, 2012, mark g said…

thankyou......i only just spotted this comment wall..............must b a new feature

At 8:19pm on April 9, 2012, M A X said…

thank you richard for your comments. I like the classical genuiness in your compositions and the subtle richness use of textures in your work, in my mind: a musically impression.

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"Wow, thanks for explaining the workflow you are using for this particular project! It's fascinating to see how you put these images together. I'm glad someone found a creative use for 'File : Export: Export Selected Canvas as…"
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Synthetik Software replied to Synthetik Software's discussion Processing video with current V5 64 bit release build
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Donna Kuhn replied to Synthetik Software's discussion Processing video with current V5 64 bit release build
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Synthetik Software replied to Synthetik Software's discussion Processing video with current V5 64 bit release build
"QuickTime Player 7 Pro is a 32 bit application. Based on the Quicktime api, which is also only available as a 32 bit api. As apple customers, as apple developers, it is worth asking why they couldn't be bothered to supply a 64 bit sdk wrapper…"
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Donna Kuhn replied to Synthetik Software's discussion Processing video with current V5 64 bit release build
"i thought quicktime player7 pro does not work on newer versions of mac at this point."
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can't use any of my quicktime videos after upgrading to catalina.

can someone please advise. the 32 bit version doesn't work. am i supposed to convert everything into something that is not quicktime? is there a workaround? i use fcprox to edit. See More
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"thank you so much for your suggestion. The exploration of the unknown is always exciting. Studio Artist is a treasure, my English is not good, so my learning progress is not good, but I try to translate some interface and tutorials, thank you for…"
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