davidf Posted October 16, 2012 Share Posted October 16, 2012 (edited) Effects > Artistic > Dot This plugin reduces an image to two colors, called "dark color" and "light color" in the GUI. The (greyscale) value of the original pixel determines the chance of being changed into each color. It is also possible to use only one of the colors and keep the rest of the pixels unchanged (see the rose on the right of the image below). Notes: High contrast images turn out best. Resolution makes a big difference; view results at 100%. Some examples: The inputs are: Dark color -- the color that dark pixels in the original image have a higher chance of being set to. Light colour -- the color that light pixels have a higher chance of being set to. Options -- "use both colors", "lighten only" or "darken only": whether to use or ignore the previous two colors. Bias -- increase or decrease each pixel's value (brightness) before randomly deciding whether to use the dark or light color. Jitter -- instead of using the current pixel, use a pixel up to this distance away. Feedback welcome! (If something like this exists already, it was still good practice for my first plugin). Download: Dot.zip Edited November 21, 2012 by davidf 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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