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  1. You sure have a habit of returning to a topic half a year later. Actually, object recognition across multiple frames may use different technologies, like tracking motion between high points of contrast and trying to match the change in those points of contrast, which are not available to single-image analysis. Higher quality is also required in still image recognition, where the viewer may be looking at the same frame for an extended duration of time. Of course, we all know object recognition exists in image software anyway, so the response to your statement is more appropriatel
  2. Drawn yesterday in around 2 hours. Quirky, strip-mined planet with pyramidal stones in the background, and the stars. I think it's sort of interesting.
  3. Thanks folks. I haven't updated this thread in a bit since I do most drawings in Krita, but any form of pixel art I still use only PDN for. Wine with fruit, drawn today in about 2 hours, mostly due to indecision about how to draw the wine glass. The fruit was very quick.
  4. Version 2.0 released Added HSV jitter options. Jittering the redness, greenness, blueness isn't quite enough; I've personally ran into situations where I wanted value or hue jitter. The HSV jitter options can work in conjunction with RGB jitter as well, and in that case take the color produced by RGB jittering as input for the HSV jitter. Here's the modified tab appearance: I cut half the labels because it shouldn't take too long to figure out how it works as you play with it, even if you forgot since the last time this plugin was used. Here's an example of using HSV jitter with grass
  5. Well it's two years later and I found this post by scouring for references to the Brush Factory plugin. At this point, you don't need to convert .abr files to .png unless Brush Factory itself complains when trying to load them. The plugin also doesn't read from any folder by default; you need to set the folder. You can add multiple folders and/or brush files this way. When done, press save and brushes should load. Wish I saw this way back in 2018 when it was still relevant though.
  6. Late to see this post. Can't blame you on some of the distaste for the UI in Krita (especially around copy/paste operations); I'm missing the ability to set the mirror origin. I've known about it for awhile, but haven't gotten to adding it, focusing on a variety of other things. Good to know that someone is needing it though; that means I could make it a priority for Brush Factory. Then hopefully that would become suitable. At the moment, mirror symmetry isn't good for much more than seamless textures or mandalas since the origin is always the center of the canvas.
  7. Unlike normal brushes, watercolor interacts with the colors on the canvas where the brush is placed. For example, picking up color based on where you click, then bleeding it off as you continue to paint. That kind of dynamic behavior isn't accounted for in my program because I didn't know it existed until I used Krita. I use both programs now because PDN is better for utility needs, but Krita is drawing-centric and better at brush-related things. I'd recommend using it to replicate watercolor styles.
  8. Glad you figured it out because I haven't been subscribed to this thread, apparently, and this plugin gets a low volume of interest.
  9. No good way to do it even in photoshop. Some things are just naturally kinda hard. Plenty of workarounds that take a little effort. Post a picture and suggestions we have would probably improve though.
  10. Converting gray-orange pixels to gray is as easy as selecting them and making them grayscale (Adjustments -> Black and White). Coverting gray-orange pixels to orange is craftier. You can select the image and invert selection so whatever you do doesn't affect the image, then set your brush color to orange and paint over the intermediate pixels. You can then soften the hard edge you just created by changing to gray, lowering opacity, and using the edge of the brush to make edge pixels gray (to keep some anti-aliasing). If you don't want anti-aliasing, even easier.
  11. Version 1.9 released It's been awhile since I've updated this plugin. I decided it's a disservice not to have a color picker already, so I've added that functionality. It works similar to the normal color picker in paint.net, and you can press K to switch to it. After selecting a color, the brush tool is selected.
  12. I did mention Aseprite in my previous post for a reason
  13. @PixelArt That seems like it would be a custom algorithm that removes the adjacent pixels while drawing. This would be very difficult to do for a brush image, because that would require finding out where all the pixels for each applied image and detecting L shapes to omit changing the corner pixels -- it would be super time consuming, actually. I can see how a pencil tool designed only to draw individual pixels (and not a brush image) would be able to handle this kind of algorithm. What I can do is try to get brush smoothing. It would still create L shapes when drawing, but it would be le
  14. Setting the foreground color with a color picker is very much necessary in pretty much any work I do in Brush Factory, since I use the plugin myself. That work isn't hard and I've created a branch for it. I'll be updating this plugin shortly, likely tomorrow.
  15. And make sure that tolerance is set to 0%. This is better than using a plugin.
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