stuff_gnome

Members
  • Content count

    23
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0

About stuff_gnome

  1. Color Count

    Understood, seems pretty straight foward when you put it that way. I will start putting some work into it.
  2. Color Count

    @MyChemicalSnowman Your welcome, I had noticed some posts here and there mentioning the need/want to count the number of pixels of a specific color in an image and thought, "Hey, I can do that!" @Boude I don't think I completely understand what you are asking for, could you go into a bit more detail about your idea? Would this tolerance be based on the primary color chosen? Are you talking about measuring something like perceived color rather than actual color? I was going for something that worked around absolute rather than relative values, but I can be flexible. On a related note, I had planned to add the ability to count the occurrence of a set of colors found in any given pnd palette file. Once a figure out how to read a pnd pallete file that is
  3. Color Count

    Download: ColorCount.zip What does this plug-in do? This plug-in does exactly what its name implies, it counts the number of colors (or number of times a color is used) in an image. How does this plug-in work? What probably needs the most explanation is use of the control options for this plug-in, this is best described with screen shots. The following screen shots show an image that is 3 pixels by 3 pixels at maximum zoom. The image below shows the result of selecting to “count only the primary color.” In this case the primary color chosen is red with an alpha of 255, not transparent. The “ignore alpha” option serves to either narrow or widen your color search, in this case we are narrowing our search down to only red pixels with an alpha value of exactly 255. In this next screen the option to ignore alpha values is chosen, widening the search to count any red pixel in the picture. Ok, this is where it can get confusing. This time instead of counting the occurrence of a specific color we are going to do the exact opposite, which is to count the number of all the unique colors used. Continuing with the idea of doing things opposite from before, this time selecting the “ignore alpha” option will narrow our search results, confused yet? The next screen shot shows the result of counting colors while treating colors with differing alphas as individual colors themselves. Now here is the result of ignoring alpha values, effectively treating all colors as if they had the same alpha value. Location? Effects > Photo > Color Count If you have any questions, suggestions, or something does not work properly for you please let me know. Download: ColorCount.zip
  4. Koch Snowflake Fractal

    Hmmm... What if the label read: less <------- # of Line Segments -------> more
  5. Koch Snowflake Fractal

    Hmmm... What if the label read: less <------- # of Line Segments -------> more
  6. Koch Snowflake Fractal

    Hmmm... What if the label read: less <------- # of Line Segments -------> more
  7. Koch Snowflake Fractal

    Hmmm... What if the label read: less <------- # of Line Segments -------> more
  8. Koch Snowflake Fractal

    @Benji2 I have updated the plug-in as you requested, it was a good idea. . @Simon I chose to use the word complexity because I feel it illustrates the result of modifying the value of that particular control. Recursion seems a bit too technical IMHO.
  9. Koch Snowflake Fractal

    @Benji2 I have updated the plug-in as you requested, it was a good idea. . @Simon I chose to use the word complexity because I feel it illustrates the result of modifying the value of that particular control. Recursion seems a bit too technical IMHO.
  10. Koch Snowflake Fractal

    @Benji2 I have updated the plug-in as you requested, it was a good idea. . @Simon I chose to use the word complexity because I feel it illustrates the result of modifying the value of that particular control. Recursion seems a bit too technical IMHO.
  11. Koch Snowflake Fractal

    @Benji2 I have updated the plug-in as you requested, it was a good idea. . @Simon I chose to use the word complexity because I feel it illustrates the result of modifying the value of that particular control. Recursion seems a bit too technical IMHO.
  12. Koch Snowflake Fractal

    DownLoad:Koch_Snowflake.zip Updated: now includes brush fill styles (as requested), the screenshots do not reflect this change yet This is a very simple fractal, as far as fractals go, and I guess you could really view it as a shape drawing plug-in. Screen shots can describe what this plug-in does better then I can so here they are. This just shows the menu in which this plug-in resides Effects > Render > Koch_Snowflake The following are just examples of the varying degrees of complexity (more complex = more verticies). Default: Most Basic: A bit more complex This shows how playing with the drawing angle can be used to make other shapes Thats all there is to it really. The only bug I know of is that rendering a snowflake in a circle or irregular selection causes some distortion, I have not figured out the cause yet but its not a major issue. I have not tried this on any other computers so let me know if it works for you, or does not work whatever the case may be. DownLoad:Koch_Snowflake.zip
  13. Koch Snowflake Fractal

    DownLoad:Koch_Snowflake.zip[/attachment]
  14. Koch Snowflake Fractal

    DownLoad:Koch_Snowflake.zip[/attachment]
  15. DownLoad:Koch_Snowflake.zip[/attachment]