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Variations with Shaped Gradient

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Here is a tile design using the shape-gradient plugin:

quartered_square_twist_04C.jpg


This is the designed recolored and tiled:
quartered_square_twist_04R.jpg

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7 hours ago, lynxster4 said:

I followed directions exactly, also, and the rose did not turn out like yours

 

Mine was approximately at these settings.  Trail 3D at the same to make a mask for cutting out the background

 

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@lynxster4 and others interested in needlework 

 

If you do Remake's tutorial on an object and then use @Red ochre's Cuboids plugin you get a passable wool type stitching

 

wool-stitch.jpg

 

Sorry @ReMake ... I don't want it to seem like I'm hijacking the thread

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26 minutes ago, welshblue said:

Sorry @ReMake ... I don't want it to seem like I'm hijacking the thread

 

I like how you "hijack" this thread! Together with your outcomes and your comments, this tutorial is becoming more and more popular. Thank you for that.

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18 hours ago, welshblue said:

@lynxster4 and others interested in needlework 

 

If you do Remake's tutorial on an object and then use @Red ochre's Cuboids plugin you get a passable wool type stitching

 

wool-stitch.jpg

 

Sorry @ReMake ... I don't want it to seem like I'm hijacking the thread

 

Hmmm...now that gives ME some ideas....

 

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I never thought that the technique of using the old and a little forgotten effect can cause such interest. Your outcomes point to a many variants usage of this plugin. Thank you for sharing your works in this and other threads.

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9 hours ago, LionsDragon said:

@welshblue's denim:

 

... I hunted everywhere for those jeans 😋

 

Great result.  You've captured a lovely satin effect

 

21 hours ago, ReMake said:

I never thought that the technique of using the old and a little forgotten effect can cause such interest

 

i think all the thanks goes to you for resurrecting an old technique that was never used here, and opening up peoples' minds as to all the possibilities of a really nice 3D effect  Any of my efforts only stem from there 

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@welshblue, I became interested in this technique when I read your comment

 

On 8/14/2010 at 1:15 AM, welshblue said:

... as long as yourself and Yellowman tell us how you made those similar images/ textures.

 

and then read  @n d's answer to your question

 

On 8/14/2010 at 1:51 AM, n d said:

1. Render clouds

2. magic wand anywhere on the clouds

3. new layer & shaped gradient

4. invert selection, shaped gradient

 

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4 hours ago, welshblue said:

 

... I hunted everywhere for those jeans 😋

 

Great result.  You've captured a lovely satin effect

 

 

Thanks! Jitter with a maximum length of 2; frosted glass, crystalize, and stitch at defaults; dents at a very low setting.

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This is my new variation of the process using the Shaped Gradient Plugin.
The original canvas was 5000 x 5000 pixels and it took about 2 hours to render the two

layers required to make this image. It was resized to 1920 x 1920 pixels and linked to this thread.
 

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4 hours ago, ReMake said:

@welshblue, I became interested in this technique when I read your comment

 

woah.  10 years ... where has the time gone.  I was young and pretty then 😂

I'd forgotten all about this until you posted the tut.  So glad you did.  I and it seems a lot of others have had lots of fun

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35 minutes ago, LionsDragon said:

Jitter with a maximum length of 2; frosted glass, crystalize, and stitch at defaults; dents at a very low setting.

 

And very effective it is too ... will have to try that

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