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Variations with Shaped Gradient

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Wow @ReMake what gorgeous results 😍  I'm now off to play 😁

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<3 @ReMake!

 

Thanks you for this tutorial and thanks again for sharing your result! :cake: :coffee:

At the last picture Paint.net crashed, so I could not continue. Last time i always have problems with the paint.net.

 

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Hi ReMake

 

Many thanks for your fantastic tutorial, I thoroughly enjoyed playing around with the images.

For me this is a superb way to learn new things, I had not heard of the plug-ins (Shape Gradient).

This will keep me amused for hours.

 

Thanks again 

Roger the Dodger 😊

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Wow!  These were really fun to try out.  I would- and could never - think of using the steps you provided @ReMake.  Jolly well thought out :star:

 


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Very ingenious tutorial @ReMake! I've got to come back and try it out.

Also a PDF has been added.

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WOW! @ReMake!  What a great tutorial!  <3

 

I could sit and play with this for hours!  How do you think up such things??  😆

 

Here are some of my better attempts:

 

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Two observations:  Too bad @n d never implemented an anti-alias function like he noted on his to-do list.

                                    If you have an intricate pattern, the plugin really lags...like at least a minute before it finishes.

 

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This takes me back ... great way of showing different styles/ types.

 

Wife nagging me to go to bed and rest but I'm having too much fun.

You've opened up so many ways to think outside of the box with this technique @ReMake

You can have somehing totally unique in minutes and it's great to see how people are thinking with it

 

 

Julia Fractal 

 

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EER's Orangitanutang   Oranigram (never can remember what it's called)

 

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And again with Droste and Tile Reflection

 

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Thanks to all for sharing your outcomes and for the nice comments and reps!

 

20 hours ago, lynxster4 said:

How do you think up such things??  😆

 

There are many more ways to use the Shaped Gradient plugin. Take a look at using of the shapes in the first image in @Pixey's post, or the first image in your post, or at the @welshblue 's outcomes (sorry for the unfortunate (poor) construction of this phrase in English).

 

@welshblue, very amazing outcomes! I'm always surprised at your ability to look deep into some things!

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On 7/2/2019 at 7:39 PM, ReMake said:

 I'm always surprised at your ability to look deep into some things!

 

Thanks.  Can be a curse sometimes when you look too deep into 'real' life.  A curse of mine - but handy in PDN

 

One more try ... didn't work out as I envisaged

 

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On 7/2/2019 at 8:23 PM, Ego Eram Reputo said:
On 7/2/2019 at 5:20 PM, welshblue said:

EER's Orangitanutang

😨 where? Has he got out again?

 

I even spelled that wrong ... Organigram ?

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3 hours ago, welshblue said:

One more try ... didn't work out as I envisaged

 

I don't know what you envisioned, but it looks great to me!  Beautiful roses!  <3  :)

 

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On 7/2/2019 at 11:36 PM, Eli said:

I had to try it after seeing all the amazing creations. Thanks @ReMake.

 

Wow, Isn't that salvador Dali? : )

 

 

(Oooops, clearly it is I should have continued down the page)😉

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Thanks for the reps @Seerose @ReMake @Roger the Dodger @LionsDragon @Eli and @lynxster4

 

1 hour ago, Seerose said:

Can you tell us how you did it

 

I essentially used this template 

 

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... and followed the tutorial playing with the colour sliders to get the shading so -so.  Then used the line tool to cut it out

BUT ... there is a quicker way as I realised today ... do the tutorial and then use Trail 3D on your object at exactly the same settings and use it as a mask to cut out the background left behind by shaped gradient

 

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... hopefully that lil' grain of wisdom will save someone the grief of tedious line work

 

@lynxster4 ... I'd hoped it would be a bit 'smoother' Like you said about the AA issue

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@ReMake

Thank you!
This is how I used some of the info from your tutorial:

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@welshblue  I used your rose template and followed some of your directions. I used edge expander, AA's and blur blend to finish.

 

I followed directions exactly, also, and the rose did not turn out like yours.  Always fun experimenting!

 

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This tutorial leaves so many possibilities to explore!  😁

 

Nice outcome @HyReZ!  :star:

 

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