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FurBlur - Update 30th July 2014

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Everyone should be downloading this plugin!


 


Every time I start a render it's like opening a present.


 


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Guess Who?


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This is so cool B)

 

Just look at what yellowman has gone and done!

 

Red Ochre, This is so cool, it gives good hope to bald guys like me :)

 

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Red Ochre, Very good examples above.

 

First image done with first plugin version.

 

th_AmericanGothicFurblur.png*th_Destination.png*th_PipeCleanerMonster.png

 

 

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Top work from Yellowman, doughty & Welshblue - very creative stuff B)  I will drop the two I posted in the developer thread here.

 

Fircraft -

test.jpg

 

Hairy target -

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A top class plugin with so much fun to be had. Cheers Red.  :beer:

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Intersting results here. "Fircraft" :lol: great. Obama meets Phil Lynott really creative Welshblue  :) cute little worm doughty, and I think EER needs a comb yellowman, nice work.

Here is one I made using a combination of furblur and zoom blur and by duplicating the colour layer then changing the colours on it.

abstract_zps8c050fdb.png

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Good uses from everyone, (Oceana - that is really creative, well done) I can see there will be tough competition for plugin of the year this time around. So addictive and great fun to use. Kudos for the making Red & Null.

Have this on me for your work :)

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^ That's funny

Cool outcomes ... real sense of movement in that one Oceana ... a bit of a woah moment.

This may be a bit of a daft question but can anyone else get this to work after using the Curly Lines plugin ?

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Works fine for me too but I lost my cursor & had to do a reboot. Mind you my pc's video has had some issues for a while too.

 

NN, that is funny! Love it.

 

Great outcome from Oceana.

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Actually, it was NOT a stupid question because I liked the outcome from it & I will be having a play with that again. So thanks Welshy :D

 

NN, you could be right there but I sure do. Not that I ever need it :P

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Didn't see NN's post before I posted.
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Top outcomes from Oceana & nitenurse. I always need a hair of the dog. Thanks for the idea too Welshblue, I never thought of using it with curly lines, will play around with that for sure.
I had to try it out - a voice in my head was saying "no way" but pdn was saying "go for it"  And it works too :D

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You're welcome B' ... ;)

 

Actually NN I'm bald because I went blonde with industrial strength peroxide  :P  :BlendingOverwrite:

 

Edit*  i can't stop playing with it ...

 

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Aaaah - too many people to thank - you're posting fasting than I can type!

TR - Thanks for the support on this one and brilliant images too!

BB - Thanks - it started life in codelab!

EER - Thanks for all the VS tips and encouragement too.

doughty - glad you reposted the prevoius 2 and the furryworm is great!

BBQ - hope you are getting decent results now.

WB - love the Obama one!

Drew' - Thanks for reposting Fircraft and hairy target and adding the clipwarped one too.

Oceana - That's given me vertigo!

NN - Cheers - you know me too well!

Should be ok to use on layer after 'Curly Line' - If using Furblur repeatedly on the same object layer you may need to lower the 'Start object transparency' slider a little. That's because it is a blur and mixes the opaque object with the transparent surrounding pixels.

To all - many thanks all who tested and have reposted or added new examples. Glad you seem to be having fun with it and many thanks to Null54 for getting it to work!

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Good work Sasha - does your hamster share a cage with a hedgehog?! :lol:   - thanks for posting.

 

Nice wallpaper from BBQ and magnet from WB - pleased you are having fun with this one.

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