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One hidden power of Shape3D now revealed...

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One hidden power of Shape3D now revealed...

Using shape3D with some unusual settings could give some good and interesting results:

From scratch and only few steps (3 to 6) you should obtain amazing pictures.

4-perlin.jpg

1-grid.jpg

2-grad-lines.jpg

The secret is here:

1. Create/Load a picture with a vertical or horizontal subject (seamless is also better). Of course you should test what ever you want...

2. Run Shape3D with this settings (save it as XML to reuse it quickly next time...) :

shape3d.jpg

3. If needed adjust the result with a little radial blur.

4. Go one with more complex combinaison the way you like...

Some more samples:

3-hexagrid.jpg

5-julia.jpg

6-vibrato.jpg

7-noise.jpg

The Layer blend mode is also a good way to mix them together and obtain a huge number of possibilities

7-mix.jpg

Enjoy...

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Madjik, what a great idea! I love the simple way you've written the quick tute too.

Loads of ideas from here :D

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I'd have never considered using Shape3D like this. Thanks MadJik!

Last image: Animal?? boltbait.hmm.png

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Animal is a WIP texture plugin... not yet published!

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Great stuff!I especially like the random shape image.Can't wait for" Animal" looks amazing like everything you do.Thanks for sharing. :)

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Cool. Now, if only I could figure out what to save the xml. as... boltbait.roll.png

alskfjkjghlk.png

I'm not sure if this is too big or not...

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Amazing stuff and I am really surprised to see all that amazing things you do..!!

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Amazing stuff and I am really surprised to see all that amazing things you do..!!

Thanks, I'm surprised too most of the time...

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the third image in the tut is AWSOMENESS am sure going to try that out with one of my following digi paintings!

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Used Metallize to change colors and Donut distortion for added interest.

 

Fun, quick and easy tutorial. Thanks...

 

3d%20donut.png

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Neat little tute, nice image Doughty. Nice to see you on here once more :)

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Hello there. This was just hiding away.Thought I'd dredge up some of the old tuts that I like.

 

Nice to be back. I'll try not to be gone so long next time.  :lol:  :P

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